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Celebrating Eataly

This is probably my favorite dish.Vegeratrian in nature, but with an off the chart taste.

The spelt spaghetti were fresh, and were purchased at Eataly. The cooked perfectly remaining al dente. The sauce was made with sauteed swissh chard, which was previously blanched seasoned with salt, pepper, and cooked in EVOO. Almonds that were blanched and slivered were added to the sautéed three quarters of the way through. Freshly grated pecorino was used to toping.

A bit of the pasta water was used to keep the sauce moist.

Fresh Spelt  Spaghetti with Escarole and Almonds



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