Prosecco & Popcorn


Salivating…and if this wasn’t enough for you – check out Fabio’s Popcorn with Parmesan & Pancetta.  Mouthwatering!


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  1. I’m sold… Mangia! 🙂

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    • I had to look up Mangia! Where do you come up with these things on a blink. Absolutely Mangia. That word is now mine!

      (The title “Mangia” is an Italian word meaning “so, eat!”)

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  2. Who knew popcorn could be so sexy…dang! Popcorn. Proscuitto. Fabio!! Thanks David…for happy hour! 🙂

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  3. Azienda ideale per una splendida serata Italiana!

    Yummy!!! Love the truffle and cheese!

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  4. I’m getting hungry (and thirsty).

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  5. two of my favourite things

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  6. Don’t have any pancetta but I do have some bacon….and everything is good with bacon…off to pop the corn! Thanks for sharing this!

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  7. Reblogged this on Wholeheartedness and commented:
    I’ll be thinking about experimenting with this all day… Thanks!

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  8. The only part he left out was how to make perfect popcorn; http://shine.yahoo.com/in-the-pantry/perfect-popcorn-step-step-photos-160900814.html. “When the kernels have popped, add 1/2 cup of popcorn kernels to the pan, swirling to coat them in hot oil.” I have found the secret is to remove the popcorn from the burner for 30 seconds at this point, then proceed with the recipe. Don’t forget to leave a crack in the lid for the steam to escape otherwise your popcorn will be chewy, not crisp…

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  9. It doesn’t really matter what he’s talking about…with that accent, everything would sound good. Maybe you should forget the diet and work on the accent!

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  10. He got my mood up! Amore! (That’s love, David. 🙂

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  11. Late to this train, but no less hungry..

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