A long time ago (80’s) there was a restaurant in Lexington, MA that had a deep dish pizza with a whole wheat crust, red sauce, ricotta, Italian sausage and broccoli. We could never order anything else from the menu. Your pizza brings back memories!!
What's for Dinner #55: The March Forward Into Spring Edition - March 2020
I made my favorite Cook’s Country grilled jerk chicken thighs, creamy mac, and peas with butter, s&p, and dried mint. Everyone dug in (kiddo had simply seasoned chicken).
Just now catching up on all your delicious dinners! Wow! Very inspiring. I need to get out of my comfort zone.
Was it called Bel Canto? I remember tasting whole wheat pizza for the first time at the one in Cambridge, if memory serves.
We had another outstanding dinner at Bloom. Below is a link to the details and pictures for those that might be interested.
Tonight was crabcakes, parmesan roasted potatoes, and spinach. No pics. Not very photogenic.
Maybe not very photogenic but it sounds delicious.
Comfort food in the order of magnitudes was in order for tonight, thus homemade tomato bisque, and grilled, roasted turkey, avocado, bacon and jarlsberg sandwiches on sourdough bread. Did the job nicely.
Meatball sandwiches tonight. 70% beef/30% pork. Milk & bread panade, pinch of oregano, 2 minced garlic cloves, minced parsley, egg, grated parm regg, & s&p. Big old fat balls! Fried then simmered in Rao’s marinara (which is my new love!) last night. Reheated tonight, buttered & toasted the bread, provolone melted under the broiler. Salad was endive, romaine, cherry toms, red onion, with a tomato vinegar & arbequina olive oil dressing. I’m ready for another.
Filet sliced and cooked with already caramelized onions, Worcestershire sauce, butter, and thyme. Stewed green beans, and baguette. Wine to drink.
I read it was pie day . Cold smoked salmon , Creme fraiche , dill , pickled red onions lightly sauteed in olive oil , fried capers , topped with a little gorgonzola. Cheers.
I guess thats why I made Pi-strami!
Steamed about one hour, it was about 180 degrees. Going for 203, on a different thread.
Almost 2 hours
Pasta concoction here last night. Sausage, spinach, white bean, onion and a little tomato sauce to loosen it up. Dry white wine was the only side dish
The only side dish required
Bel Canto! We still miss that place. My son especially absolutely loved it.
Yes!! Bel Canto. We loved that pizza!!
That was the place! I never would have remembered the name!!