I trot out a bar snack now and again. And again. Umm, and again. This one’s so easy, knocking off what we had with friends D&J at David Burke Kitchen on the bare edge of SoHo. Served at the bar while our table was getting ready. A good night, the evening devolved into karaoke at BiNY where SoHo meets TriBeCa at Canal. Note this, friends: AC/DC is not a good karaoke choice. It’s just way too high and sustained. But we did kill it with Every Rose Has Its Thorn.
- Grissini – the fancy word for skinny breadsticks.
- Mustard oil.
- Canola oil.
- A glass that will hold the breadsticks up.
Pour equal parts of the oils into the glass. Stand up the breadsticks in the glass. And there you have it. I cut the mustard oil with the canola oil because the straight mustard oil will burn your face off.
It’s good to have little riffs like this in your back pocket. For the unexpected cocktail party (it happens). Or a nosh for dinner party arrivals. The first guests are announced, and during their elevator ride up this little ditty appears. In 37 seconds.
p.s. – Awesome time at Camp Blogaway last weekend – met lots of good people with blogs that are just crazy good.