This peach sauce is a favorite over ice cream, cake, pancakes, waffles. If you do not want to use the brandy, peach or apricot nectar is a good substitute. Plain brandy can also be substituted if desired.
Carpaccio of beef was created by Giuseppe Cipriani of Harry's Bar in Venice, and has become famous throughout the world as being typical of modern Italian cuisine. There are an unlimited number of variations of this dish, but often the simpler the better. This variation tops the tender beef slices with crisp, vibrant watercress and a drizzle of garlicky aioli sauce to finish. Serve as a light lunch dish, or as an appetizer.
I've been searching for ages for this recipe with no luck.I asked Uncle Phaedrus from www.hungrybrowser.com and he found it for me!!!! I tried it, it was so good I added the tsp of mint. PetsRus (Annelies) this one is for you!!!! Requires 2-3 Muslin bags or similar