Italian Flag Meal

Simply Delicious. Like Italian food, this meal was simply prepared and really yummy, but it wasn't Italian.


The Asparagus: roasted in a cast iron skillet in a 400F oven with olive oil, green onions, mushrooms and Marcoot smoked gouda until browned and melty, with the cheese crusting in the bottom. Oh my.
The Trout: roasted in that same 400F oven, sprinkled with olive oil, sesame oil, soy sauce and garlic, and sprinkled with coarse sea salt.
The Tomato: sliced and sprinkled with salt and pepper.

Tip: How Best to Cook Your Salume Beddu Salsiccia

(taken from their instruction sheet) Thaw your sausage. Put it in a deep skillet. Fill it with water and bring the water to a gentle boil. Poach until internal temperature reaches 165 (about 6 minutes from the time the water starts boiling). Your sausage is now ready for searing or grilling (at this point, it is...Read more


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