Happy Sunday with a Super Naan sandwich

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Happy Sunday to you all. As part of our continued, irreverent experimentation in the kitchen, we prepared today a Naan sandwich with a pastrami, ham and mozzarella cheese omelet topped with pine nut hummus for our breakfast. We must admit that it turned out to be deliciously decadent, ideal to lift our spirits in this social isolation.

Let us dream tightly together of the much better times that will surely come. Forza!

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Don’t leave me alone.

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Let’s cheer up with some pork cutlets, potatoes, onions and peppers

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good evening. After we finished writing and editing today, we felt a “little down” so we decided to hit the kitchen to “vent our minds” a little bit. Cooking has always relaxed us, ever since our times at Medical School. Whenever we felt mind-boggled by the medical knowledge, we snapped the textbook shut and skedaddled to the kitchen of our shared apartment in La Plata, Argentina. Our  homesick study companions were happy that homemade cooking was our way of relaxing and they enjoyed our dishes to the hilt. However, they did not like it very much when they had to clean the plates though…

Today we prepared thin cut pork cutlets sautee in a little bit of olive oil and honey, teriyaki-style; we also fixed a big tray of potatoes, onions and peppers. Sharing the “social distancing” with our son Gian Luca has prod us to cook in earnest again.

What better company, and stimulus to cook, than our dear son could we possibly have?

Would you like some?

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Celebrating with a fettuccineada grossa with plenty of veggies and seasoned cod

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good afternoon to you all, Today at 1 PM Eastern Standard Time we submitted the final revised version of “Emotional Frustration – the hushed plague” to our dear agent Jennifer in Outskirts Press so we can publish it next month. For the past few weeks, we have been semi-cloistered in our Miami apartment reading and reviewing again, and again, and again, the full text of the book to spot mistakes, typos, wrong use of the language, etc., and also to add some material that became available just recently. Focus. Focus. Focus.

To celebrate we just prepared this deliciously healthy dish of fettuccine with plenty of veggies and seasoned cod to replenish our depleted spiritual and physical energy tanks. This is a message to Guido Sperandio–a Italian fellow blogger that is following us: please note that I did grate a piece of real Parmeggiano Reggiano cheese this time. Hai visto?20200224_160106

Buon apetitto a tutti vuoi!