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"Awesome! I replaced the potatoes with fingerling potatoes, which are smaller and didn't require dicing. I also added some carrots 5 minutes before removing, Oh, and I added some mustard and parm cheese :) hehe...."
Jan 5, 2013 on Food.com
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"Great recipe. Like ShellyS said, it is very light. We had it for a late dinner and it didn't feel heavy, at all. I did add 3/4 of a Vodka sauce, which I think made it very tasty. Also added chopped fresh red peppers to the onions, which cooked enough to soften them, but let some crunchiness. Also, rather than bay scallops, I used fresh wild scallop..."
Jan 5, 2013 on Food.com
Food bonds people together, I truly believe this. People who enjoy eating and exploring tastes are people who truly enjoy life. Those who don't... well, I just can't find myself having much else in common with them. Just an observation, not a judgment.
I work in sports television, so my life operates in weird cycles (or seasons). I love the NBA (and my Miami Heat... since I was 13, not since The Decision). Jazz moves me, more than anything I see or listen to. I wish I could play an instrument, but now I get to use music as an instrument to tell stories. Not a bad tradeoff.
I love sobremesa (a Spanish word that describes people staying around a table, conversing after a meal... for hours, usually). Friends and family are the most important elements of life and love.
I'm not much of a cook these days, but I try to grill as much as the weather permits. I'm Argentinean, so grilling is part of my life. Choripanes (sausage sandwiches), skirt steak, flank, sweetbreads and fish (oh, man... fish!!) are my specialty.
In 2013, I'm looking to expand my grilling menu and cook more often (wifey needs a break every now and then).
I do eat just about everything. In fact, I travel a lot for work, so I look to try new things in every trip.
Momma's meatballs will be my last dying wish :)
Anything off an Argie grill (except liver), indian, sushi, americana, creative bar food, asado nica, pupusas, empanadas, Latin dishes, tapas, paella, seafood in anyway (not a fan of tilapia), craft beer (its heavy calories qualify it as food, right?), Malbec (ok, a stretch), ice cream (chocolate and lemon are the winners), cheese and bread, french fries, and the occasional junk food (buffalo wings are weakness).