(FOODS I LIKE TO MAKE AND EAT)
Ha! That looks unbelievable!
Sorry to disappoint, MDF, but it really did suck, no lie. (I wouldn't have cast myself as the soon-to-be put out of his misery Lenny otherwise, trust me.) Shows how pictures don't always tell the story, huh. Thanks for checking in.
gah, what happened? burntness? that is a real bummer. i made a good fresh pasta dish inspired by this jamie oliver one: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/jamie-at-home/fresh-tagliatelle-with-sprouting-broccoli-and-oozy-cheese-sauce-recipe/index.htmlthat's supposed to help cheer you up, i guess? :)
Kate: Too dry (should have added some bechamel maybe, or something else), which is why I doused it with red sauce. And crabmeat (requested by an associate whose identity shall remain, per Mr. Cheney's location, undisclosed) was a mistake. Appreciate the commiseration.
Spied a spaghetti pie with a layer of prosciutto--got me thinking about making one. Does Mister Meatball have a family recipe? Or better yet, make one and post the pix.
Anonymous: Our spaghetti pie couldn't be simpler, fact doesn't require a recipe. All it is is a mixture of cream, eggs and cheese (mixture of Reggiano and Pecorino I'd say) poured over the pasta and then baked. Adding prosciutto into the mix would be terrif. Now you got me thinkin of it. Don't be surprised if you don't see it here sometime.Another pie to try is escarole and polenta. Saute the escarole with anchovy, garlic, maybe raisins, whatever you want. Put it in a pan and pour cooked polenta on top, then bake.Crazy good!Look for it one day too.Thanks for checking in.
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