- Joined Jan 27, 2010
Being thrifty is good. But we should make it sure that the bread is still good to eat. So, we should do all things to save not easily throw it away.
If your chef is talking about acquacotta, I personally think he is wrong. Yes, it is a rustic dish, but if done well, I think it has a wonderful flavor.ok, let me be a little more specific i guess.
I asked my chef and kinda hinted at perhaps a bread and butter pudding. He didnt take the hint but he did say there's this Italian soup made with bread, but he felt it's too rustic for our 'fine' dining restaurant. So no bread and butter pudding (cause it aint italian, we're an Italian restaurant) and no to that bread soup cause its too homey.
Any other ideas? Its a pretty lame excuse that he gave me i think, i mean, im sure tehres someway you can present it so that any soup looks good enough to be in a fine dining place.