Rising star chef Michael Nizzero’s prepares a Tartare de Langonstine and two dishes made with ingredients from his garden: Vegetarian Gnocchi and variations of Rhubarb and Strawberry.
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I could read a book about this without finding such real-world appraoches!
This is the style of cooking I like to watch and experiment. It isn’t unusual for me to cook a receipe and take a taste and throw it down the garbage disposal. Not because it wasn’t good, but because the whole challenge was to actually be able to recreate the receipe exactly. And, if I left it, I would eat it all.
I just saw this episode and would love to have the recipe for Vegetarian Gnocchi. It’s not listed here or in the Recipe tab.
In fact, the picture for the Tartare de Langonstine shows the Veg. Gnocchi but the recipe is for Tartar Longoustine.
Can you please post the Vegetarian Gnocchi recipe?
Thanks and love the show!!
Chicago, Il, USA
I just saw the show for the first time this afternoon — it’s wonderful!!