U is for Udon!
A romantic holiday deserves a romantic dinner.
If you’ve never tried short ribs before… it’s time to take the plunge. They will take you into slow-cooked bliss and you’ll never look back. I feel it’s essential to my well being to have these at least a few times every year.
This kind of dessert is really my favorite.
Whether or not you are a football fan… you are most likely a fan of at least one aspect of “The Big Game”….
When we go to a Thai restaurant I pretty much know what I’m going to order before I walk in the door…
Summer is in full swing here in Phoenix. You know this when the temperature breaks 115°F… funny enough, a 101°F day is mild and yes, you can tell the difference. In the midst of these weeks of extreme heat we stay inside more often than not, meaning that I can indulge in my official state of “nesting”.
If you appreciate using ingredients you have on hand to make delicious food, you will like the history of Mozzarella in Corrozza. It was a sandwich that was made to use up day old bread along with ingredients that would be abundant on a typical Italian farm: cheese, eggs, milk, and olive oil.
Simply stated, it’s a battered, fried cheese sandwich.
It is Mozzarella in a Carriage (“in Corrozza”)… the bread being the “carriage” that holds the mozzarella!
If you’re in the mood for more Italian classics… check out my bruschetta recipe!
This being my first attempt at the sandwich I learned a lot and have some tips to pass on to you.
Okay, it’s confession time….