One of the really nice things about Uccellino, however, is that they save a good portion of the seats for walk-ins. Meaning you don’t need to book a month in advance in order to get a table like you do for Corso.
The restaurant is beautiful, with gorgeous soaring ceilings, an eye-catching bar that spans nearly the entire length of the restaurant and many other amazing art deco touches.
We really enjoyed our meal at Supply and Demand. The food was delicious and I really liked that I was surprised by some new, interesting flavour combinations; it’s always great to try something new and unique.
The tricks to the Serious Eats method include pressing out the ricotta on layers of paper towel to pull out the excess moisture and measuring out the ingredients exactly using a scale. This helps to ensure that the gnocchi don’t end up gummy and doughy.
t’s hearty and filling, with a slight nutty taste, and is a healthy alternative to your traditional, white pasta.
Whenever I am out for Italian food I usually gravitate towards dishes that are made with a rosé sauce (which is essentially the lovechild of tomato sauce and cream sauce). I can’t quite put my finger on why I love it so much, but a great rosé sauce has got to be one of my favourite things to eat.
We started the class by making our own pasta dough, and it’s really so simple: eggs and flour.
This year, I was lucky enough to celebrate my birthday while on vacation in Hawaii. I must say, it feels pretty great to wake up on your birthday to breakfast on the lanai. All you need is a piece of toast smothered in Guava Jelly, some POG juice and a cup of Kona coffee to enjoy while it turns to dawn on the Pacific… now that’s the way to start a birthday! We spent the morning on a walking tour of Honolulu, put on by the Architects Institute of America. The tour was actually quite interesting and a really good way to get a feel for the city and it’s rich history. Hank’s Haute Dogs 324 Coral Street Honolulu, HI After the tour we made the quick drive to Hank’s Haute Dogs which offers a creative take on the All-American favourite, the hot dog. Hank’s is a cute little place just off of Ala Moana Blvd, but away from the hustle and bustle of Waikiki. There are a couple of stools along the counter inside, but most …
He might not do a lot of cooking. He might not be Italian. He might not make all the elements of the recipe from scratch. But my dad makes the world’s best lasagna. I thought it would be fun to share some of my family’s favourite, most delicious recipes as part of this year’s 12 Posts of Christmas and the first recipe is my dad’s lasagna. He usually only makes his lasagna about once a year and usually it’s around Christmas. It’s meaty, cheesy and, best of all, vegetable free. That’s my kind of Italian food! 🙂 Dad’s Lasagna – 750 mL cottage cheese – 1 package of Johnsonville Italian sausage meat (mild or hot, depending on your taste) – 1 pound of ground beef – 750 grams Mozzarella – 250 grams Pecorino Romano – 250 grams Parmesan – about 1 and half large jugs (1.2 L) of Ragu tomato sauce – 1 box of Lasagna Noodles – Olive Oil 1. In a large skillet, add a small drizzle of olive oil. Then, add in …
Enzo’s on 76 11214 76 Avenue Edmonton, AB I’d started a post a couple of weeks ago to mark the milestone of my 100th post. Well, that was all fine and well, but then suddenly when I thought my life couldn’t get any busier, it did! In the most wonderful, exciting way mind you, but still, busy. More on that later. 🙂 A few weeks ago I met up with my friend Jenn for dinner on a random Thursday night. I owed her a dinner out and suggested a few new restaurants. She decided on Enzo’s and I happily agreed. Yum, more Italian food! We met up after work at about 5:30 and the restaurant was about half full. It’s right in the middle of the McKernan neighbourhood and has a wonderful, warm and inviting atmosphere. It definitely felt like a neighbourhood place. It had been kind of a crazy week for me, so I immediately went to the wine list and we decided to share a half litre of the House Red. As I found …