Whenever in NYC, I always try to cross the bridge to Brooklyn and eat at Junior's on the corner of Flatbush and Dekalb. I was fortunate to come across this recipe for their chicken salad. It's great for making sandwiches on thick slices of white or Challah bread, or simply serve as a salad on curly lettuce leaves. P.S. You haven't lived until you've tried Junior's cheesecake, the best in the world.
This is the kind of comfort food that's hard to pass up! Pasta e Fagioli, that beloved Italian soup, is turned into a casserole, topped with bread crumbs and Romano cheese, and baked until golden on top. Delicioso!!
This is the recipe used at "Alfredo's of Rome" in New York City, a restaurant that has long held to the claim that it uses the original Roman formula. It is rich and creamy beyond belief, and is for those times and occasions that call for such indulgence. Since there are so few ingredients, using only the finest quality makes all the difference.
One lazy afternoon, while just lolling around a swimming pool, the hosts served a platter of these sandwiches, along with fresh fruit and iced tea. Perfect lunch!!
This is now my favorite way to make grilled cheese. Also good with tomato soup!