Pulled Pork with Burrata Cheese sandwich

Dear readers, listeners and fellow bloggers:

Good morning. Today we are starting to edit the latest version of Emotional Frustration – the Hushed Plague, which will be used as a demo to peddle it to the major publishing houses. In order to energize us for such a big task, we decided to prepare something very simple yet full of stamina. we decided to use the tasty Jack Daniel’s pulled pork and the luscious burrata cheese to give it a unique flavor. We used the following ingredients bought at the stupendous Mary Brickell Village Publix store:

We first have to cook the pork on a pan with a little olive oil and at medium height of the stove like this.

Once the pork is heated (not burned please) you place the ball of burrata cheese in the middle so it slowly heats up from inside. Then you cut a cross on top of it, as follows.

 

The final version will be deliciously glooey.  It is advisable to let it stand in the freezer for two or three hours before preparing nice sandwiches for the whole family.

Buon appetito!!!

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Peasant’s Soup to push the Bad Vibes away!

Dear readers, listeners and fellow bloggers:

Good afternoon. After that disgraceful experience we had with a WordPress representative last Saturday, we have been assailed by bad vibes that impeded us, not only to write, but to cook also. We remember that our grandmother Yolanda Garbarino, la Nonna, always had the same advice.

If you had a problem at work or school, prepare a soup and you will find a good solution to them.

If you had a quarrel with your wife or husband, prepare a soup and you will make amends quickly.

If you cannot stand your children or grandchildren, prepare a soup and your patience will replenish.

If you cannot bear the standardized imbecility of social media, prepare a soup and you will survive it.

So we followed our ancestral Italian heritage and we prepared this totally vegetarian soup (you already know why there is not any kind of meat, don’t you) with sweet potatoes, carrots, peas, corn on the cob and a very nutritious pasta called orzo. A peasant’s soup coming from Antiquity. Altri tempi.

Coincidentally our son Gian Luca showed up from a weekend trip right at the very moment when we had served this dish.  “A soup? What a great idea, Dad” he said to us. Guess who had it first?

We must remember who we are fighting for in this cruel world of ours every single day of our lives.

In order to push back from the mandarins’ belief that we’re only small potatoes, we used larger ones.

Avanti bersaglieri che la vittoria e nostra!

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Buona domenica con una bravissima Raviolatta ed Polpete di Manzo

Dear readers and fellow bloggers:

Good evening and Happy Sunday to you all. To replenish our depleted energy storage after so many weeks of hard work to finish publishing our book Emotional Frustration – the Hushed Plague, we decided to prepare a hearty pasta dish. What better choice than spinach ravioli and meatballs? First we prepared a typical Dotta Sauce and then we added the previously grilled meatballs. Here it is:

Then we cooked the ravioli separately and added all together in our fearless, indomitable La Bestia.

How did it come out? We are serving you a plate. Join us for a delicious dinner and chatting galore.

Buon appetito!

Stay distant. Stay safe. Stay beautiful.

What do you think? Please tell us.

Don’t leave me alone.