ffwd – beggar’s linguine

Wow, that was underwheliming! Now, I’ll give you, that on a late night in Paris, at a delightful bistro, I might have a different idea. For my money, however, please, just stop at the butter, parmesan and a little grind of the pepper mill.

Don’t get me wrong, I like all of these ingredients – in fact, I had them on hand. I just wasn’t sure, but, given Dorie’s track record, I was willing to suspend my disbelief. Well, no harm, no foul. No dinner guests in the plan for today, so hey, why not give it a whirl???

Of course, couldn’t be simpler. A few ingredients – a combination of salty, sweet & crunchy.

 
This one was not for me. I think I’ll just stop at a little butter and cheese next time. But it was fun to try, even if it didn’t turn out. Of course, I agree with Dorie, these flavors would be fabulous with some dark chocolate. Unfortunately, I’m just not sophisticated enough to really enjoy this dish. I hope everyone else was pleased though!!!

20 thoughts on “ffwd – beggar’s linguine

  1. I have to agree with you. I liked the browned butter and Parmesan the most about this dish. The bits of fig were a nice surprise though. Despite the taste of this dish, the look of your dish is pretty great!

  2. Well…now that I know you are a blogger I can trust… I think that Dorie was probably STARVING that night she stumbled into the bistro at closing time. (Maybe a bit drunk too?) I'll stick with MY version!

  3. Oh, it's not a sophistication problem 🙂 – we're just not wired for these flavors. I have to laugh at Sis Boom's comment about being drunk when encountering this dish. I do believe that no one but Dorie could've convinced me to even try it.

  4. You had fun putting it together, and that's what matters! At least you had everything on hand. Next week should be awesome with the salted butter breakaways.

  5. You are right, maybe if I was in Paris I would have been swept away by the mood and environment and would have liked this dish! That's a lovely way to look at! I'm going to go with that! Thank You!

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