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4 years ago
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Juniper berries, laurel, Sarawak black pepper & rosemary aromatise sweet salt of Cervia oven baked grass feed Australian black Angus 'picanha' roast beef. Helped by Greek red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Brandy de Jerez splashed fresh Spanish chorizo, Indian green, Omani yellow & red hot chilly peppers, local cherry tomatoes Gragnano gigantoni pasta. Helped by Portuguese red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Spanish cherry tomatoes, Turkish pine seeds, local basil & Bulgarian sirene sheep cheese and pecorino Romano Gragnano 'fusillata casereccia' pasta. Helped by Australian white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Unconventional dinner yesterday evening birthday for Dr Janeta dinner party in one of the recently open trendy on Dubai restaurant's panorama. Multi ethnic cuisine with an Interesting drinks ordering system like a Stock Market!
D.I.F.Cl, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Let's wait for the right temperature to try this Spanish cheese. Helped by Chilean red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Spanish chorizo, Calabrian nduja & anchoas hyper spicy cauliflower orecchiette pasta. Helped by French red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Just a soup! Helped by South a African white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Just a classic homemade ragout pappardelle. Helped by Californian red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Oyster spaghetti. Helped by French white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Spanish fresh chorizo, brandy de Jerez splashed, fennel seeds crushed, Iranian saffron & Brillat-Savarin 'mantecate' Gragnano 'gnocchetti sardi' pasta. Helped by Australian white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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After the missed interview probably cause misunderstanding in one of the Italian Dubai's restaurant, we decide to go back to Chef Maurizio Lazzarin for one more pleasant dinner! With Leandro Larry Mastia.

4 years ago
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One more pleasant dinner with Chef Maurizio Lazzarin, new tortelli 'parmigiana di melanzane' staffed & a classic beef tagliata, rear of corse!

4 years ago
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Australian grass feed black Angus 'battuta al coltello', French Chefs call it 'tartare' & small 'pinzimonio'. Brandy de Jerez, anchoas de l'Escala, Sicilian capees, Sarawak black pepper, quail eggs & parsley. Helped by Australian white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
THE CULINARY CLINIC | by Maurizio Pelli

The time goes by, exactly one year ago!
Sorprendente pasta artigianale di donna Lori Puglisi realizzata con il 'russello' un antichissimo grano siciliano saporita e compatta con una perfetta tenuta in cottura. Brava donna Lori!

Let's try this beautiful linguine pasta produced with old Sicilian quality wheat by donna Lori Puglisi for a quick lunch; Peruvian asparagus, Australian clarified farmhouse butter, brandy de Jerez, Tyrollean speck sprinkled, Stracchino cheese 'mantecate' & crispy speck and pink pepper dusted. Helped by French white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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French Toulouse sausage & dry porcini mushrooms ragout homemade potatoes gnocchi. Helped by Spanish red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Need for rice; Radicchio, speck, crispy speck & Mont D'Or, Pont l'Evêque, Camembert & pink pepper 'mantecato' risotto. Helped by South African red, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Nothing wrong with Porchetta & Champagnes! Special request for a friend "Dubai's Deluxe Dinner Party" ready to collect! Homemade Pork belly 'Porchetta' style. Helped by same French wines to prepare & to taste, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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'Spaghetti tomatoes & basil' is one of the must cooked pasta dish in Italy since ever, but to prepare a 'good one' is one of the must difficult achieve! Just a few ingredients but need to be hight quality and need to create a good balance with. Cherry tomatoes 'datterini' by Ciro Flagella, Sicilian extra virgin in olive oil by Spazio Sicilia, local UAE basil, Spanish biologic garlic & just a micro dust of Calabrian dry chilly peperoncino Gragnano 'spaghetti pomodoro & basilico'. Helped by ... See more

4 years ago
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Need for meat;
Australian grass feed black Angus under Rosemary, juniper berries, laurel & Sarawak black pepper aromatised sea salt crust roast beef. Helped by Bulgarian red, at home Dubai.

4 years ago
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French cherry tomatoes & Omani sand lobsters black spaghetti. Helped by French white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Let's try this special cherry tomatoes 'datterini' by @ciroflagella.it Ciro Flagella, not available on Dubai markets. Shipped directly from Abruzzo Region to Dubai by donna Sonia Santilli and Mr.Franco Flagella and handed over by @casinettofood to my kitchen. Not easy task for a cherry tomatoes not to loose the taste with a quite strong sauce. Datterini, toasted Mediterranean pine seeds, Lebanese small black olives, Italian pancetta, pecorino Romano & basil Gragnano 'candele corte' pasta. Well, ... See more

4 years ago
THE CULINARY CLINIC | by Maurizio Pelli

Just back to my kitchen, I have 29.707 pictures and not range to take more! Tomorrow I will clean up my albums...

Just a quick lunch whit a VIP friends of mines (unnamed for security reason), unmissable culinary disquisition about the use of cheese with fish dishes. The answer in this case comes from the tradition, a classic of the Tyrrhenian coast from Rome (spaghetti) to Naples (paccheri). 'Paccheri, cherry tomatoes, basil, mussels & pecorino cheese. Helped by Chilean white, at home, Dubai.

4 years ago
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Just a Burger by the pool, but a good one!

4 years ago
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I don't do breakfast, the morning is the unique time of the day when I am not angry! But my Celebrity Doctor dos, I can say this was a good one with a beautiful terrace on the canal!

4 years ago
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Just arrived back to Miami in time for one more pleasant dinner. Contemporary American Cuisine with Asian twist, interesting slow cooked pork belly with Asian spices & great 28 week aged black Angus on the charcoal New York strip.
A special thank you to hours Cuban waiter Mr Claudio Fernandez for his assistance, service & informations.

4 years ago
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Better eat something before go back to Miami, the American Airways Business Class don't have any Business Lounge and don't have any edible food on board, we have to survive up to the dinner time!

4 years ago
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Thank you Mr Don Starr Concierge Member de Les Clefs d'Or USA, for yours helpful and always right advises. Thank you again for your beautiful and must welcome gift 'assiette dès fromage' well paired Napa Valley wine!

4 years ago
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Beautiful restaurant in the center of the French Quarter, cozy and green Patio with a good Classic Old Jazz background music. Contemporary and sofisticate Louisiana Cuisine. Not bad the 'risotto' a little out of the Italian canonic way but properly cooked and tasty, also very good the the Nigella Tuna, perfectly rear, tender & juicy. Unfortunately where served a little could! Sorry for the dark pictures but don't have light at all!

4 years ago
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Let's try a alligator grilled sausage! Surprising good, very tasty and little spicy. Les grease than a pork sausage, definitely more light, juicy and tender. Actually is very good!

4 years ago
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Just a quick lunch,
Northern Italian cuisine, quite authentic to be in the States, just same small details modified to please the local taste and not to loose to much American clients! Nice small restaurant & pleasant lunch.
I ask to interview the Italian Lady Chef from Verona, but she doesn't came out!

4 years ago
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Out of the crowded French Quarter looking for a quite place we find this beautiful restaurant in a New Orleans residential area. Mediterranean cuisine whit a strong French influence, high quality and fresh ingredient, managed by talented Chef who know what's is doing! A more pleasant dinner whit friends!

4 years ago
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Authentic Italian charcuteries served with 'crescentine' & good Italian selection of cheeses. Light, crispy and tasty the pizza half way Napolitanen to Roman style. The pasta is cooked properly al dente, but the dishes are quite unusual, untraditional combinations of ingredients, pasta shapes & sauce. I will try again soon!

4 years ago
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Not a bad pizza Roman style, dough tasty, crispy and digestible and authentic toppings. Some unusual sauces for a pasta dishes but quite tasty and interesting, specially the braised ragù!

4 years ago
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Comment will follow... if I remember the restaurant name!

4 years ago
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Eating in Zuma it's always a pleasure, quality food & service standards and even the menù are the same worldwide. Just change some of the fresh ingredients locally sourced.
The Zuma Miami is very nice in a better location with a terrace on the canal, but The Zuma Dubai still always the must chic & trendy!

4 years ago
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Very good job done by this Italian guys! Everything authentic and traditional, i hade for a quick lunch an "unexpected to find" focaccia di Recco in Miami! Helped by Italian beer, thank you.

4 years ago
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Stone crabs, King crabs & oysters 100% American 100% fresh!

4 years ago
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It can not just say it's an Italian restaurant, American chef, not Italians around and some spelling mistakes on the menu! But is a good Mediterranean restaurant, the spaghetti alla chitarra were good, tasty and perfectly al dente, the grilled octopus whit the chorizo was very pleasant and reminded to me the "pulpo gallego" flavour. The fillet of beef was perfect, juicy and extremely tender. One more pleasant dinner. By the way, the stunning beauty of this villa still worth a visit!

4 years ago
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Need for pizza;
What's better than a 100% classic authentic Napolitanen pizza!

4 years ago
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Just stopped at random on Lincoln Road Mall for dinner. Even dining al fresco Miami Peoples like to dine always in the dark! Extremely difficult to take any pictures of the dishes! By the way the the spaghetti where not bad, just few little mistake but not bad at all!

4 years ago
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Need for crabs!
Very fresh, tender and juicy!

4 years ago
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Ultra darkness, no light for pictures at all!
The tuna tartare and the scallop where very fresh and quite good. Unfortunately, the ravioli were over charged of too many different flavours and the filling was hard to feel! I always outside Italy our dishes are over garnish, over charged of flavours, spices and herbs and even cream. When you cook same Italian dishes please keep simple. Simplicity is the best virtue of our cuisine! Thank you.

4 years ago
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Always too dark in all Miami restaurant!
For must of the dishes was not possible to take a picture but, the Pekinese duck very good!

4 years ago
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Need for meat!
It's very difficult to take a picture of the food in Miami, all the restaurants are very dark inside! My aged Bone-in ribeye was perfectly rear, very tender, juicy, tasty and served exactly like I ordered! Very good and fresh seafood platter also! Unfortunately the picture was too dark to be posted!

4 years ago
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Just for a morning breakfast, I will trying the restaurant soon...

4 years ago
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With the help of some wines I manage to sleep after lunch and after few snaks 12 of the 15:30 flying hours and I woke up in Miami!

4 years ago
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One of my favorite word's wide Business Class Lounge, beautiful and enormous. Just a chocolate muffins helped by French red at 6 in the morning for breakfast!

4 years ago
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THE CULINARY CLINIC IS TRAVELING again, like usual will be posted everything interesting about food & wine.

4 years ago
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Just a classic spaghetti all'amatriciana. Helped by Chilean red, at home, Dubai.

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