Can this dish possibly be for just one person? I’m a fan of all the individual ingredients, but have never had them all together. A kitchen sink is a more appropriate vessel.
The simple popover is one of the world’s perfect “bites”. This one has a topping of Gruyere cheese, but it still needs to be buttered in that amazing, Eggy interior. Our favorite popovers are served at the Mariposa restaurant inside the Neiman Marcus store in Honolulu. They’re brought to the table piping hot as a complementary treat. Only at lunch service as I recall, and they come with a whipped strawberry butter. We always request plain butter for a more classic taste.
This example was baked in Patagonia not “baked Alaska”. An ice cream cake is a rare treat and, if done right, it’s the very best sweet desert is the world.
The kid inside all of us gets a kick out of clever egg dishes like this. Toad in the Hole comes to mind as a favorite of children. We’ve made pancakes before and cut a hole in the center to fry an egg.
It is hard to believe this Ad was ever acceptable. I suppose in an era where Doctors made ads for cigarettes, anything was possible.
No one feels more contempt and disdain towards a plain, soggy pizza with boring toppings and a mediocre crust than I. In fact, too many late-night slices of the previously mentioned has lead me to a rather jaded view of pizza in general. I rarely ever order it. My dinner at Posto may have changed that in the course of a single night. Posto is a enoteca, trattoria and Neopolitan-style pizzeria all combined into one farm-chic, rustic yet elegant restaurant. Though their menu features a variety of delicious Italian classics, the pizza stands out and towers over these as the boss of it all.
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