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how come we don't have one already?   I'm inspired by the roasted red pepper I'm eating right now at my desk, marinated overnight in EVOO, red chilli and garlic, the strips rolled with anchovy and c

Wow. This is a way better lunch thread. I enjoyed reading all of it. I'll add my pedestrian goodies when I eat them.

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A wedge of Sfincioni di San Vito from Marcella Hazan, baked yesterday. Strikes me as being grammatically quite wrong, but that's what she calls it. A double-crust pizza with filling of minced beef, onion, ham, caciocavallo, ricotta.

 

Strangely, nothing like the San Vito filling in an Italian book on Sicilian cooking, from the very historically authentic-seeming Newton & Compton series, which is all cheese, anchovies and breadcrumbs.

 

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Left-over chicken and egg fried rice that David made the other day and a hunk of chocolate cake that I supposedly brought in for the other people at work to eat (hey they'll get some of it, but I wanted to try a bit too!)

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The cart on the SE corner of 46th and 3rd*, Anwar's, just keeps getting better and better. Today, for $3 (!!!) a nice rice and lentil pilaf served under marinated Halal chicken, diced and grilled with chopped chard, carrots, and cabbage. Lots of hot sauce and some mysterious "white sauce" (seasoned yogurt?) rounded it out. It's addictive.

 

Washed down with Ronnybrook's Creamline chocolate milk (also addictive).

 

 

*No more singing bank promoters (see "Surrealism of Everyday Life" thread).

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Four slices of soppressata, a few curls of parmagiano-reggiano, achieved with a cheese plane, two pieces of Axler's herring in cream and a bundh of grapes, while some chicken stock is simmering in the background.

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Today, for $3 (!!!) a nice rice and lentil pilaf served under marinated Halal chicken, diced and grilled with chopped chard, carrots, and cabbage. Lots of hot sauce and some mysterious "white sauce" (seasoned yogurt?) rounded it out. It's addictive.

 

Certainly a good way to stretch three dollars. The white sauce tasted faintly like coconut to me, but I may be coming down with something.

 

Thanks for the tip.

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