- Feb 8, 2007
- The country UKIP is scared of
- Working on it
Oh yes, I like eating spicy food until it makes me cry lol. Although I tend to have arrabbiata only when I'm sick to clear my sinuses with the chilli, and I do feel a bit sick tonight.So you're telling us basically that you're craving for two hours of continuous fire inside your mouth?
Last week I was at photokina and we found an awesome italian restaurant in D?sseldorf called Da Noi and that's where I first had some Penne Arrabbiata and it was fucking delicious. A bit different than the standard recipe, though, had a few black olives, which made the whole thing to die for. It was spicy, hot enough for most people, but I just shrugged it off, hehe. I'm yet to find a spicy dish that can make me wince.I am seriously craving Arrabbiata pasta right now. It's 3:30 am, and I'm a hopeless cook. I wish there was a 24 hour italian restaurant in Sydney
Do want quite badly.I just made these:
They are called Ban Chang Kueh, Apom Balik, or Peanut Pancakes. They're a malaysian treat of a pancake which is crispy on the outside and crumpet like on the inside, and have crushed peanuts and sugar inside. I was going to take a photo of mine but we ate them all...
The question is, what you were comparing it with. The original pizza Italian style has a very thin dough and is made in a stone oven. You cannot compare it to what they sell you at Pizza Hutt or similar places...I had a pizza the first time (cause I was an idiot). It was good, but not the best I've ever had and not nearly on the level of the pasta or steaks. For desserts we had Panna Cotta, which is one of the most delicious desserts I've ever tasted. Not super sweet, had its own unique, fresh taste and topped with a dash of syrup.
I need this in my life. Badly. I'd put on my working overalls, fart, belch and overdose on alcohol and unhealthy food until the point of explosion.Then of course there are the middle age events called "knights tables", which have been popular since the 1970's already, where you get food cooked by old recipes, which you have to eat only with your fingers (all you get is a knife to cut your meat off the roasts). with minstrels playing medieval music, etc.
You are allowed to belch and fart, throw the bones behind you on the ground and must drink whenever your mug gets refilled. If you don't, you're put to pillory One tip for those meals: Dress in old clothes
Oh ssshhh... or I'll paste some pictures of CurrywurstThat's bs. I don't want a play with my food. If I did, I'd go for a steak on Broadway.
What theatrics? Of course you can always enjoy your dinner with such events, no matter what happens before, after or inbetween the courses.Gotta agree with Ice there, I don't think I'd enjoy a meal with theatrics.
Any theatrics... you know, how there's dinner theater or the Italian restaurants where a soprano comes and shouts opera music at you.What theatrics? Of course you can always enjoy your dinner with such events, no matter what happens before, after or inbetween the courses.
So when you're taking a girl to a restaurant, you're telling her: "Shut up, I want to enjoy my meal!", so the food stays in your focus?Any theatrics... you know, how there's dinner theater or the Italian restaurants where a soprano comes and shouts opera music at you.
All I was saying is I like restaurants where the food is the only real focus. As in there's no period rules, costumes, music or anything else other than eating involved. That's just my opinion, I know you can go to a medieval restaurant purely to enjoy the food; it just would be a waste for me because I know I wouldn't enjoy the other aspects of the experience.