While my favorite way of eating is undoubtedly on a terrace somewhere above Positano, Italy with chef Dolce Debbie providing the meals, on occasion I have to eat at a fast food "restaurant" here in the USA. This is the first in a set of videos where I have fun trying to make gourmet meals out of fast food. I hope you enjoy it.
To help you make real gourmet meals, I will be picking one name from those who have left me comments on this blog entry to win a year's subscription to Cook's Illustrated magazine. A random name will be picked on January 10, 2010.
January, 2011: For the one year anniversary of our first episode, it has been re-mastered and theme music added.
So enjoy the video, then leave me a comment. Thanks! - Barry
Modified Italian verbs (alterati verbali) are formed using suffixes. The resulting verbs are diminutive and augmentative, or can convey a sense of repetition. Examples include: bucherellare, scoppiettare, and mangiucchiare.