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PostPosted: Wed Dec 14, 2011 11:30 pm 
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I will be supping at a quaint little Italian restaurant with my brother and sister tonight called D'Amico's Italian Market Café. As I have never had Italian food before, what do you guys suggest that I order?


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 Post subject: Re: Italian Food
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Some sort of stuffed pasta.

Shells w cheeses and a meatball or sausage are one of my favorite dishes at the local Italian joint.

Veal, chicken or eggplant parmesan is another delicious italian entre.


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 Post subject: Re: Italian Food
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ScottZeagle wrote:
Some sort of stuffed pasta.

Shells w cheeses and a meatball or sausage are one of my favorite dishes at the local Italian joint.

Veal, chicken or eggplant parmesan is another delicious italian entre.

That pasta dish that you described sounds very good. Is it rich? Also, tell me more of chicken parmesan. How is the chicken cooked?


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ScottZeagle wrote:
Some sort of stuffed pasta.

Shells w cheeses and a meatball or sausage are one of my favorite dishes at the local Italian joint.

Veal, chicken or eggplant parmesan is another delicious italian entre.

That pasta dish that you described sounds very good. Is it rich? Also, tell me more of chicken parmesan. How is the chicken cooked?


Come on, man...


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 Post subject: Re: Italian Food
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there is this place in austin called mandolas market which is awesome!

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 Post subject: Re: Italian Food
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After looking at their menu, I would totally get the Crawfish Ravioli!


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We ended up going to a place a block over called Gugliani's, but we absolutely should have just stuck with the classic D'Amico's. My sister, who is a vegetarian and didn't have anything to look forward to but fresh basil, was informed as her plate came out that the chef was out of basil for her margheretta pizza. My stuffed tortellina pasta was way too creamy and the prosciutto was overcooked, and none of our waters were filled up more than once, even though the restaurant was small and empty. Oh, it wasn't totally empty. Shortly after we were seated, a table of fourteen* was seated next to us.

*twelve noisy 8-9 year old girls and two parents, mind you.


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All that being said, it was actually a very enjoyable meal. I don't get to sit down with just my brother and sister like that enough, even though we all live in the same city. Nothing was ruined, and memories were made.


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boy, that all sounds pretty great. i might have to try some of this italian food over the weekend.


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anything with cream and white wine and mushrooms is always safe and tasty.

avoid mussels and garlic bread.

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I really can't wait til I can order some baked ziti at this mom and pop place back home over the holidays. Comfort food, ftw.


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washing machine wrote:
I really can't wait til I can order some baked ziti at this mom and pop place back home over the holidays. Comfort food, ftw.

wait, is italian food more of just a texas thing?


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washing machine wrote:
I really can't wait til I can order some baked ziti at this mom and pop place back home over the holidays. Comfort food, ftw.

wait, is italian food more of just a texas thing?

What?


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