Italian Flag Meal

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

Preparation

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: Sunchoke 101

These roots of a sunflower variety, also known as Jeruselem Artichoke, look a lot like ginger root. There are different schools of thought on the origin of the name Jeruselem artichoke, which is not from Jeruselem. I believe the one that says someone misunderstood the Italian word "girasole" which means sunflower...Read more

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