I did this first at Canoe but it’s appeared all over the place at our restaurants. It’s a family recipe from my mom’s side. And yes, it’s canned creamed corn… I don’t know why but it just works. It’s best on the griddle.
A recent story in The Independent called “50 Meals to Eat in your Lifetime” got us thinking about the relationship between food and travel.
There are myriad reasons why people travel. There are ancient wonders to behold, rousing festivals to attend and entirely different ways of living to experience.
For a good portion of travel fiends though, it’s all about the food.
We don’t doubt the adrenaline rush of running with the bulls in Pamplona; we just think there’s an argument to be made for spending your time seeking out the best cordero al chilindrón in Spain. It’s less risky and far more delicious.
Why not build your Roman travel schedule around hunting down the perfect bowl of simple, but devastating cacio e pepe? Or turn your trip to Greece into a quest for real-deal spanakopita. Even a quick trip south of the border to Connecticut can turn the everyday to exotic when it takes the form of a white clam pizza.
Need some inspiration to start mapping out your trip? You can check out the Independent’s drool-worthy itinerary here , fellow sybarite.
Recipe + Photo: Tasting Rome: Fresh Flavors and Forgotten Recipes from an Ancient City. Copyright 2016 by Katie Parla and Kristina Gill