Tuco Benedicto Pacífico Juan María Ramírez (en_ki) wrote,
Tuco Benedicto Pacífico Juan María Ramírez
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Serves 2 (for one week)

The cheese mix below was applied in a certain well-known baked pasta dish, as it were, with some success this weekend. This is top secret, for your eyes only. Tell no one.

  • pint part-skim ricotta
  • flavored olive oil (chile and herb mix)
  • Italian seasoning (mostly thyme, some basil and oregano and whatnot)
  • garam masala
  • fresh-ground dried rosemary (my only chance in my daily life, sadly, to mortar anything)
  • fresh-ground black pepper
  • salt
  • head of spinach chopped into pieces a little smaller than bite-size
  • whole red onion likewise

Quantities are not specified above; all is "to taste". There being a pint of cheese here, "to taste" is likely similar to "a lot". Do the salt last.

Separately, a pound of whole-milk mozzarella cut up into smallish chunks and applied preparatory to The Bakening.

maru_mari does not wish to disclose the somewhat "South-Western" approach to frying up sausage-style textured vegetable protein and red sauce for inclusion in the aforementioned pasta-related program activity. I am obliged, however, to mention that said protein had been 'expired' for more than a month, which is no doubt essential to its exceptional bouquet and, so to speak, texture.

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