I don’t think food should be controversial. It should be one of life’s great pleasures. To quote none other than Luciano Pavarotti “One of the nicest things about life is that we regularly have to stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating”. That being said, we come to today’s post. Here is a recipe I used to celebrate Andrew’s recent birthday. At its center were two luxurious veal chops. I say luxurious because I’d be hard-pressed to find anything at the butcher that is more expensive on a pound for pound basis than a veal chop. But I have to admit; there are few types of meat I enjoy more. That brings us to our controversy. I’d like to nip it at the bud. There’s good news about Veal!
Meeting the Producers and Cooks in Paris - A tasting of French cheese, charcuterie, wines & produce in Paris on the rue du Nil, home of Frenchie restaurant & Terroirs d'Avenir.
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