Tonight I had two exquisite friends at the Sabine Farm. Tonight, my onomastico (I claim both John the Baptist and the Evangelist), I made supper from coniglio in umido, some superb mashed Yukon Gold potatoes with parmiggiano, mixed greens salad with homemade Green Godess dressing. Dessert was panetone and prosecco, about which I have many stories. After, there were choices of grappa di moscato or Chambord.
Here is a shot of the pan in preparation:
And on the plate!
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The preprandials consisted of, for one of us, one of my Bombay Sapphire martinis, and elsewise, a very good pinot grigio. We had an amuse gule of smoked salmon and capers on water crackers with a touch of Laphroaig. The wine for the main course was a ’98 Cohn Cab. With the panetone we had prosecco by Zardetto.