Finally got to dine at Pizzaiola, courtesy of my fabulous employer. Oh, that pizza. Maybe you oughta try it for yourself since words seem to be failing me tonight.
This pasta was so good I had to enjoy it twice. My friend Adam made it for me one night, inspiring me to make it later in the week for my sweetie and the lovely Sabine, who adorned our table with this beautiful flower arrangement.
The pasta recipe came from The Art of Simple Food by Alice Waters, a book that I've had for awhile but not used nearly enough yet. The pasta was a very flavorful, earthy combination featuring summer squash, walnuts, buttered cabbage and fresh parsley.
Adam added toasted breadcrumbs to his version so of course I had to do the same, and fortunately I made a huge batch of it so I get to enjoy it again for lunch tomorrow, which will be here too soon... which is why I can't even stop to tell you about my recording session with Edith Frost... or the amazing set that Joe Rut played tonight at the Bazaar Cafe.... there is more, more, more, but my brain is too tired for many more words tonight, and the land of dreams is beckoning, so off I go until next time.