Discussion in 'GatorTail Pub' started by Juggernautz, Jun 29, 2017.
Pickle Ball or Pickled Pig Feet?
David Steele or Mick Hubert
Mickey Mantle or Lou Gehrig?
Mickey Rourke or Rory Calhoun?
Lash Larue or Alan "Rocky" Lane?
Fudge or brownies(dessert variety!)
Milk Chocolate or Dark?
Dark Horse by George Harrison OR Horse with No Name by America?
Horse w no name
Secrateriat or Justify?
Mild, or Hot?
Secretariat by 16 lengths.
Italian sausage- mild and sweet.
Tarzan or Jungle Jim (as played by Johnny Weismuller)
Creole, or Cajun?
Fried frog legs or gatortail?
Spaghetti and Clams
Red, or White sauce?
Lasagna or manicotti?
Sfogliatella, or Zeppoli?
( Can anyone properly pronounce Sfogliatella? )
Place of origin Italy
Region or state Province of Napoli
Main ingredients Pastry dough
Variations Many types of insides
A sfogliatella (Italian pronunciation: [sfoʎʎaˈtɛlla], also common in plural form: sfogliatelle), sometimes called a lobster tail in English, is a shell-shaped filled Italianpastry native to Campania. Sfogliatella means "small, thin leaf/layer", as the pastry's texture resembles stacked leaves. There is a distinction to be made between lobster tail and sfogliatella, as they do not refer to the same pastry. The lobster tail exists only in the United States and generally refers to a cream filled, larger pastry.
Mohawk or bald?
best pronunciation, "Svigiatelle"
Cannoli, or Rum Baba?
Cannoli (made from scratch by my dear Mom....I miss you)
Rum- amber or white?
bacon or sausage?