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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

This is one kicked up Parmesan





Fried eggplant, fried zucchini, fried zucchini blossoms made this a dish to die for, not to mention the fresh sauce with extra basil. Less was not more in this case, more was more and more is better.

51 comments:

Adelina said...

I so want to know how to make this. It's gorgeous!!!

sheri said...

the photos are unbelievable, i only wish my smellavision worked right ;) you are over the top with this dish and i'll be right over, save me a seat, will you?

Lea Ann said...

Well it looks gorgeous. I'm assuming there is pasta and cheese?

My Carolina Kitchen said...

This is absolutely gorgeous. I love anything with fresh Parmesan.

I'm with Adelina. I want to know how to make this too.
Sam

doggybloggy said...

there is no pasta but plenty of cheese - should I post the recipe in the comments or in the post?

The Diva on a Diet said...

I'd say that's the tri-fecta of YUM! Wow, it looks good!

Belinda @zomppa said...

Tri-fried! I love this - gorgeous too!

Cajun Chef Ryan said...

Indeed, this is one kicked up dish!

Getting my fork out now!

Bon appetit!
=:~)

Julaina said...

Wow, this look delicious, what a nice trio :-)

Julie said...

All that cheesy goodness is making me drool!

baking.serendipity said...

More definitely sounds better here. It looks delicious!

snowelf said...

This would equal heaven in my mouth. One of my very favorite dishes of all time. Parmesan me baby! :)

--snow

Chef Fresco said...

I'd say that is definitely one kicked-up dish! Looks delicious and beautiful!

intuitive eggplant said...

Oh, yes, Christo, please post the recipe. This looks decadently delicious!

FOODalogue said...

Despite my comments about eggplant parmigiana on my blog, this really looks delicious. I hope you'll forgive me. :)

Vicki said...

Soooo jealous. I'm having frozen potstickers for dinner. Well, they won't be frozen after I cook them. But you know what I mean.

doggybloggy said...

this is nothing simple to prepare - you have to start the plants indoors when its still cold - then you fast forward to making a spectacular pesto - then there is the ricotta situation and farm eggs - this recipe could be a short story.....

Jeannie said...

Gorgeous dish indeed, it's got my favorite eggplant in there!:D

ValleyWriter said...

This looks fabulous! Hope we get to see the recipe!

teresa said...

i want it!

Vickie said...

I heart your food porn!

♥peachkins♥ said...

stunningly sharp photo!!! OMG! This makes me hungry!



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Carrie™ said...

Parmesan? Extra basil? You've got my attention!

Anette said...

Mmmmmmmmm! I want this for my dinner!

Margaret Chen Doughney said...

With good food, the more is better! This looks delish!

Marjie said...

I got an eggplant from my farmer. I am very frightened.

The Food Hunter said...

I love it!! I'm drooling right now.

RamblingTart said...

Oh my!! You weren't kidding! That is delectably kicked up. :-)

Ciao Chow Linda said...

You outdid yourself dude.

Mo Diva said...

i see cheese.
I want to go to cheese heaven... this looks lovely and comforting and something worth fighting over.

If you ever wanted to invite me over for dinner...

5 Star Foodie said...

Ooo this sounds terrific with fried eggplant, fried zucchini & the blossoms! I would totally love a slice!

pigpigscorner said...

Anything fried! yum!

Doc said...

Fantastic! Yes, sometimes more is more and bigger IS better!

旺劭旺劭旺劭旺劭 said...

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE said...

Holy cow! Love the idea!

Stacey Snacks said...

All my favorite things in one package. Beautiful! I am drooling.

Pacheco Patty said...

This is a beauty, loving all the summery ingredients and you gave it one serious cheesy kick up!

fairyflutters said...

Beautiful pictures! Definitely post the recipe. I would love to try making that.

Jenn said...

Oh snap! Chick-parm Yum!!!!!! I'm lovin' this one. At first I thought it was lasagna, then I realized it was more chicken. :) I'm sooo going to try this.

Angie's Recipes said...

The photo is almost edible! Looks stunning!

Chow and Chatter said...

oh wow looks amazing as everything does have a fab weekend

Chef Dennis said...

now that is one serious parm!! I love it you used all of my favorite ingredients, even the blossoms!! count me in when you make this again, I'll bring dessert!

Jamie said...

OMG I have been away too long! This is truly a dish to die for. I want a taste.

girlichef said...

I'm all for more! It looks soooo good.

deana(lostpastremembered) said...

I just love that combination... my arteries may hate me... but wowow!!!!

Cooking Gallery said...

What a delicious looking sandwich! It's sandwich with loads of cheese, isn't it?

Claudia said...

No that you've kicked it up by more than several notches, do you do mail order?

mysimplefood said...

This looks absolutely to be munched immediately. Yummy!

pinknest said...

Oh. My. God. It's like a fried Napoleon. Want.

Terrianne, Call me Ree said...

Oh yeah! This is right up my alley, Doggyblogg. =) Yummy!

Debbie said...

Beautiful, lots of veges, perfect combo, MORE is always better!

Give me MORE!

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