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mmmm delicious....
matt knows this one


Peking ravioli?




- B
post #107 of 3928
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Originally Posted by foo roops View Post
The CEGO of restaurants?

Or Andover Shop.


- B
post #108 of 3928
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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post
mmmm delicious....
matt knows this one

Now, that's what I am talking about. The op pizza image isn't even fried. How can they call it fried pizza?
post #109 of 3928
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Originally Posted by KObalto View Post
Pizza fritta ala Naples (although this one has crust on top as well, I assume in medtech's version the dough is fired, toppings applied, and into the oven):
http://fxcuisine.com/default.asp?Display=83
Exactly. This pizza was called Montenara, there was also a true pizza fritta although the Montenara is Mina's favorite.
post #110 of 3928
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
The ones I have seen look like this


those are the ones i see here in london. those arent the books in question. mina and ambrosi carry some that are bright orange. they may also feature a crude depiction of mt vesuvius inside the cover
post #111 of 3928
BTW, Mina and Dino are in Boston right now, at Copley House but I think today is voxsartoria day so you would have to go tomorrow.

post #112 of 3928
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mmmm delicious.... matt knows this one
Can someone send one of these to Jefferyd to dissect so we can see what's inside?
post #113 of 3928
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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

Looks great, Ed.
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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
Looks great, Ed.

thanks, eventually we'll meet up and I'll get to see your stuff. There is also an issue that needs to be discussed as to why eddie will be on the website and not ed
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Domino's has had a great campaign to make their pizzas better. I once fell for their 2 medium pizzas for $5.99 each, except I thought it was $5.99 for two mediums. I got ripped off and paid about $16 inclusive for cardboard with "tomato" sauce. Bruce would not have been happy with that.

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Ordered one of these tonight. Tasty sauce, love the garlic on the dough...a nice positive change from Dominos. Tasted better than my delivery benchmark Papa Johns.

Any other fans?

Also digging the order tracker on the web site. Very handy.



--Andre
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thanks, eventually we'll meet up and I'll get to see your stuff. There is also an issue that needs to be discussed as to why eddie will be on the website and not ed

Ha! That one you'll have to take up directly with her. Was completely unplanned as I had just gotten back from Pompeii, but if her alternative was to have shots taken on mannequins then I suppose flesh and bone was an upgrade of sorts.
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Might have to do with the build and silhouette too....
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Might have to do with the build and silhouette too....

The camera adds 10 pounds plus love handles.
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Ed,


Was that shirt made by Mina? Love the collar
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The camera adds 10 pounds plus love handles.

Neapolitan camera?
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