Sunday, January 24, 2021

Anthony Bourdain Favorite Pasta CacioPepe

 

CACIO PEPE !!!





TONY EATS CACIO PEPE

ROME






CACIO PEPE

"Anthony Bourdain 's Favorite Pasta"

RIP TONY




RECIPE
INGREDIENTS :
1 pound Imported Italian Spaghetti
2 tablespoon freshly, coarsely grated Black Pepper 4 tablespoons Butter 2 1/4 cups grated Pecorino Romano Cheese
PREPARATION
Cook the spaghetti according to the directions for that brand, usually about 8 or 9 minutes. Start the sauce when the spaghetti is not quite cooked, about 3 minutes before you would normally take it out of the water. In a already heated saute pan big enough to eventually hold your pasta, add the boiling pasta water, the butter and the pepper. Pull the pasta out of the water and let it drain. Add the drained pasta to the pan and toss through the water mixture until the pasta absorbs almost all of the water. Remove from the heat, and add the grated cheese to the pasta. Very quickly, stir the cheese into the pasta so that it becomes creamy. If it starts to clump or becomes too dry, add a little more of the pasta water as you are  stirring.  Place the pasta into the Parmesan cup and garnish with more grated cheese and freshly grated pepper, to taste.




Anthony Bourdain Eating CACIO PEPE in ROME






Anthony Bourddain at Roscioli in Rome, Italy

with Cesare C. , Eating Mozzarella di Bufala

Prosciutto di Parma and ...






SPAGHETTI AMATRICIANA

and More

of ANTHONY BOURDAIN 'S Favorite RECIPES

In MANGIA ITALIANO

You All Know That ANTHONY WISHED He Was ITALIAN

He Said It Many Times on Many of His Wonderful Shows


"Long Live The Memory of Anthony Bourdain"


RIP





Genaro Cataldo Makes CACIO PEPE PASTA

Video Recipe


Saturday, January 16, 2021

Obama Eats with Anthony Bourdain Hanoi

 




PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA

Dinner with ANTHONY BOURDAIN

HANOI

VIETNAM

NOODLE SHOP





OBAMA and BOURDAIN

EAT PHO and DRINK BEER

HANOI






BARACK and TONY


CHIT CHAT

SLURP NOODLES

DRINK BEER





OBAMA

























PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA waves to Crowd

After Eating NOODLES with ANTHONY BOURDAIN

HANOI, VIETNAM



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How Bourdain Beats Jetlag

 




HOW TONY BEATS JETLAG





WHAT TONY NEEDS to GET HAPPY


1.   BLACK PEPPER CRAB

2.   PORK RELATED NOODLES

3.   SOME REGIONAL BEVERAGE















The BADASS COOKBOOK

And TONY'S FAVORITE FOODS








TRAVELING ?

NEED a ROOM ?






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What Made Anthony Bourdain Happy Vietnam

 





WHAT TONY NEEDS to Be HAPPY ?


STREET FOOD in VIETNAM





TONY GETS HAPPY

In VIETNAM


The 3 THINGS ANTHONY BOURDAIN NEEDS to Be HAPPY

1.    A Little Plastic Stool

2.    A Tiny Little Table to Eat On

3.   Something Delicious in a Bowl 

(Crab RIce, BLack Pepper Crab, PHO, etc.)






The LITTLE PLASTIC STOOL




A TINY LITTLE TABLE





SOMETHING DELICIOUS in a BOW

(Here, it's CRAB RICE)


PHO is always good, or just about any good ASIAN NOODLES or RICE


"It makes TONY HAPPY"





The BADASS COOKBOOK

SOME of TONY'S FAVORITE FOODS





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Tony Makes a NEGRONI

 



TONY Makes a NEGRONI






TONY'S Gota NEGRONI

ITALIAN COCKTAIL






TONY MAKES a NEGRONI

LEARN HOW to MAKE A NEGRONI COCKTAIL

From The "ONE And ONLY " ANTHONY BOURDAIN







LEARN ABOUT The NEGRONI

LEARN HOW to MAKE ONE





Learn about the Negroni. Read about it, and learn how to make one. The story and recipe pf this now hugely popular Italian Cocktail was written about in bestselling cookbook author Daniel Bellino Zwicke long before most Americans (even Tony, not until 2005) could have dreamt of the cocktail in their WIldest Dreams, Bellino started drinking Negroni's on his first trip to Italy in June of the year 1985, a good 30 years before the APerol Spritz and Negroni Craze hit the shores of America, Daniel was drinking this now famous cocktail at the Caffe Giacosa in Florence Italy while visiting a girl he went to high-school with, and it's been a Love Affair ever since. With the Negroni, not that particular friend of Daniel's. And exactly 10 years later while making an exploratory trip on the Wine Bars (Bacari) of Venice, Daniel discovered the now uber popular Aperol Spritz while having a nightcap one night before retiring to his hotel in Venice, he stopped into a little bar, he saw some people drinking something and he asked the bartender what it was. The bartender said, "an Aperol Spritz," Daniel said he'd take one, the bartender made it, and so in January of 1995 he discovered the Italian Cocktail a good 20 years before it caught on like Wildfire in America to become one of the most popular drinks of the day (from 2017 on). Yes Daniel has long been quite the Trendsetter, being one of the first along with some high-school friends to wear Bowling Shoes off of the Bowling Alley and on the street, Daniel and his friends were doing this way back in 1975. It is said that Daniel created the Two-Shirt-Look, whereby Daniel started wearing one short over the other at the same time starting back in 1997. Daniel says, "If only I could have Patented the Look, I would have made a Fortune. It's a Damn Shame."


LEARN HOW to MAKE a NEGRONI by The CREATOR of BAR CICHETTI and "The TWO SHIRT LOOK" ???? Daniel Bellino Zwicke











The NEGRONI


    The Negroni? A question? A question to some? Most of America probably. Many so-called sophisticates have been drinking this “The Negroni” quite a bit in the past 4 years or so. The truly sophisticated, worldly folks have known about them far longer. Me? I’ve been drinking this great Italian-Cocktail for some 28 years now. Yes, I’ve been drinking Negroni’s ever since my first at a Bar in la Bella Roma back in the Summer of 1985. Rome, “The Eternal City” is where I had my first, on that marvelous first trip to Bella Italia. I was quite a young man, and that trip was completely magical, discovering real Italian “Italian Food” for the very first time, I had my first true Bolognese, Spaghetti Carbonara, Coda di Vacinara, Bucatini Amatriciana, Gelato, and a true Italian Espresso, “Oh Bliss!” Yes it was. I saw The Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo’s Moses at San Pietro en Vincole (Saint Peter in Chains), I saw the Coliseum, The Roman Forum, The Duomo in Florence, Venice and The Grand Canal, Positano, Capri, Napoli, and so much more. Yes the trip was magical. It was magical hanging out at a Bar in the Piazza Popolo drinking my first Campari, and that first of a thousand Negroni’s, or more. Many American’s are just discovering its charms, “me and the Negroni,” we go way back; in Rome, Venice,  , Positano, Capri, Verona, Bologna, I’ve had Negroni’s all over. And many in New York in restaurants and bars all over Manhattan, and Staten Island where I drink some of the best Negroni’s I’ve ever had, certainly in New York, at my buddy Pat Parotta’s house in Staten Island.
Pat pours an awesome Negroni, better than any bartender in the city. He makes them with love and when I go to one of his wonderful little dinner parties, that’s the first thing I have. It’s tradition for us now. Leaving my house in Greenwich Village, I hop on the 1 Train and take it down to the Battery to the Staten Island Ferry Terminal. I hop on the ferry, ride across New York Harbor, passing the gorgeous Lady Liberty (The Statue of Liberty) along the way.  I get off the ferry.
Pat picks me up at the terminal on the Staten Island side. We go to house, and I’m not through the door two minutes and he’s mixing up a nice one. A Negroni that is!
Well 2 that is, one for me, and a Negroni for himself. We drink great Italian Wine at those dinner parties, and some of Pat’s tasty food. But we always start it off with our ritualistic Negroni’s alla Patty “P” and you should too.





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THE NEGRONI

Basic Recipe:
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 ounce Campari
1 ounce Sweet Vermouth
1 ounce Gin
Ice
Orange
1. Fill a Rocks-Glass or Highball Glass with Ice.
2)  Add Campari, Sweet Vermouth, and Gin.
3) Stir ingredients. Garnish with a piece of Orange Peel or slice of Orange.
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Note: Orsen Wells after discovering the Negroni while writing a screenplay in Rome, Welles wrote in a correspondence back home that had discovered a delightful  Italian Cocktail, “The Negroni.” Welles stated, “It is made of Bitter Campari which is good for the liver, and of Gin which is bad. The two balance each other out.”


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photo Daniel Bellino-Zwicke




The BELLINO NEGRONI


    For me, this is the Perfect Negroni. The basic Negroni recipe calls for 3 equal parts(1 oz.) each of Camapari, Sweet Vermouth, and Gin in a glass filled with ice, and garnished with an Orange Peel.    For the most perfectly balanced Negroni, I put in slightly less Campari  (3/4 oz.),  ¾ ounce of Gin, a little moreSweet Vermouth with 1 ¼ ounces, over Ice, add  a tiny spalsh of Club Soda and Garnish with a good  size  piece of Orange. Voila! The Perfect Negroni. Enjoy!



THE NEGRONI is Excerpted From Daniel Bellino-Zwicke 's  SUNDAY SAUCE


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READ :  "ITALIAN COCKTAILS in NEW YORK"
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Friday, January 8, 2021

Tony Eats at El Bulli and TICKETS

 




EL BULLI

SPAIN





ANTHONY BOURDAIN at El Bulli

COSTA BRAVA









Anthony Bourdain 's Best Meal Ever ?

EL BULLI


The GREATEST RECIPE EVER ?

It's Actually RAGU BOLOGNESE





The GREATEST DISH EVER ?

RAGU BOLOGNESE

SECRET RECIPE







Anthony Bourdain with Jose Andres





TICKETS


BARCELONA

SPAIN





ANTHONY BOURDAIN

with ALBERT ADRIA

and JOSE ANDRES

At TICKETS

BARCELONA, SPAIN





JOSE ANDRES with ALBER ADRIA

and TONY BOURDAIN

At TICKETS

BARCELONA



JOSE ANDRES grabs ALBERT ADRIA joking around

TICKETS

BARCELONA

with ANTHONY BOURDAIN







The BEGINNING

WATERMELON GELEE





TOMATO TARTARE













"It's Legal to Snort CHeese and Morels"





GOAT CHEESE TORTA with MORELS






ALBERT with the GELATO CAR





CORDOBA TAPAS BAR

Somewhere in SPAIN







JAMON IBERICO





BAR CORDOBA





JOSE ANDRES with some JAMON IBERICO


















COSTA BRAVA








EL BULLI