Posted: October 14, 2011 Filed under: food, Foodie Friday, recipe, spaghetti, Spaghetti Fritti
Yesterday I got to try some rather interesting dishes at the cook-off for the upcoming new menu for work. One of the more unusual ones, but which I’ve decided I quite like, is Spaghetti Fritti. It’s basically deep fried spaghetti but the one we have has ricotta & parmesan in it so when you eat it warm it’s all oozy & cheesy.. delicious! It’s traditionally served with a tomato sauce & we drizzled lemon juice over it too. It’s definitely a great snack!
I’ve found a couple of different recipes for you if you fancy making it at home..
We also got to try Game Ragu (hare, rabbit, venison, boar & pigeon!!!!), Chicken Liver Tortellini, the most incredible Truffled Turkey Milanese… it was a lot of rich food to be trying at 9am!
Posted: August 12, 2011 Filed under: artichokes, cauliflower, courgettes, Foodie Friday, heritage tomatoes, spaghetti, vegetables
I work in an Italian restaurant. It’s a pretty good place to practise taking food photographs!
It’s also the place that is going to be holding me hostage until Monday morning… working tonight & then two doubles over the weekend. Looooooooooooooooooooong!
Anyhow, whilst on the boat we did not have scrummy Italian to sustain us, so we had dinner out Wednesday night & last night.
Wednesday evenings meals at the George & Dragon in Sutton Courtenay. DB had the burger & I had pork belly with black pudding. Homemade, both less than a tenner & delicious! If you’re ever in the area this pub is definitely worth a stop!
Yesterday’s standard pub fare at The King’s Arms at the Sandford Lock.
Pictures of our boating adventure will be posted up at some point over the weekend… keep your eyes peeled!
PS. Pop over here to win the August giveaway x