The Best of the Carrot

New Adventures in Perfection at Bisato

Comments

1
I'm assuming a chef like Carsberg would use genuine Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese. That's the name of the real article. "Parmesan" is some kind of bastardization that Italian cheesemakers don't recognize. If it's too much of a mouthful, Parmigiano should suffice after the initial mention.
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Oh good grief, JasonM, noooooo, he's not using Parmigiano-Reggiano... He's using that powdered shit that comes in a green can. Sure, yes, that's it...
3
Lampreia was expensive not doubt but Scoot Carlsberg uses best the ingredients and his cooking is the best Seattle IMO and worth every penny. You can spend $40 or so at Flying Fish (for example) and eat food that is run of the mill. I would rather spend money on great food.
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Scott Carsberg is a genius. His food is not just the best in Seattle, but some of the best in the world, and this more affordable menu means we can go there once a month instead of once a year. It was great last Friday.

My only complaint is he uses that powdered green shit from the can instead of Parmigiano Reggiano® DOP.