Tuesday, August 29, 2006

At the Restaurant

Here are some descriptions of what Jerry and Robert were eating:

Corvo Bianco
REGION: Sicily
DESCRIPTION: Made from classic Sicilian white grapes (primarily Inzolia), this wine is a pale straw colour with green flecks. It is dry but slightly fruity with a full, balanced, savory taste.
SERVING SUGGESTIONS: A good companion to fish-based pasta such as Clams and Linguini and hors d'oeuvres like Herbed Shrimp. Especially good with Parmesan and Proscuitto Stuffed Veal and with Chicken in Wine Sauce.

Piccata al Limone : veal in white wine and lemon sauce

Prosciutto e melone: Cantaloupe with ham. This is the appetizer of all appetizers.

Fried Scampi: The Italian name for the tail portion of any of several varieties of lobsterettes, the most well known being the Dublin Bay prawn. Also: Large shrimp broiled or sautéed and served in a garlic and butter sauce.


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