Some places claim to be “Authentic Italian” but fall way short. @mias_italian_kitchen is Not that kind of place. This place is LEGIT‼️ From Starter to Main to Dessert, this place delivers and leaves You wanting More. Took advantage of the Restaurant Week Dinner Menu. Starters Mia’s Minestrone and the Giant Meatball (12 oz of beef stuffed with Fresh Mozzarella, served with Marinara and Rustic Bread). This Set the Tone for the Meal. Main Course Bistecca Alla Fiorentina (grilled flat iron steak, olive oil roasted potatoes, & green beans). Porchetta (roasted stuffed pork belly, fennel, orange 🍊 zest, creamy polenta, garlic escarole). Dessert Tiramisu and the BEST I EVER HAD CANNOLI‼️
The Brick Oven Pizza which was eaten for Sunday morning breakfast left Me speechless it was that Damn Good‼️
Don’t wait for the Winter Restaurant Week, Go Here when You want Great not Good Italian or Just a Great meal. Trust Me when I say, the Meatball and Cannoli alone are reason to swing on by‼️
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Regrann from @titzandgritz - Asian Stir Fried PeaShoots with Garlic! Ever order these at a Chinese restaurant and cost $14 Yeaah well here’s the recipe make it for $3 ThaNk Me Later!
🍽💋 #bonerappetit -
•Bag of Pea Shoots (豆苗 dòu miáo)
•Garlic A Shitload of it 12 Cloves thinly sliced ( or less if u please)
•3 TBSP Vegetable Oil
•1 TSP Salt •1 TSP Chicken Bouillon -
•In a large wok heat up the vegetable oil.
•Add the garlic and stir for about 30 seconds on med heat.
•Add the PeaShoots and stir until the PeaShoots turn a dark green about 2-3 mins don’t over cook.
•Add salt and chicken bouillon stir together plate and serve!!!
Easy Peasy 💦👅