Hotel & Ristorante Zunica 1880
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... all concentrating on filleting as close to the bone as possible, the room was quiet. My fillet ended up having a hole in it, good one, Trish! Thank goodness we were rolling the trout meat up to be skewered.
We went into the kitchen to prepare the risotto. Was surprised that we were not making risotto with arborio rice, but instead with carnaroli rice, which I had never heard of. It was interesting learning the Italian technique to ...
... as easy as Chef Filippo made it look. I didn't even volunteer out of fear of embarrassing myself with my lack of hand to string coordination! I got a kick out of the large container of olive oil that he used, it looked more like a can of turpentine. Knew that the pork was going to be nice & crispy on the outside by adding the olive oil.
We were also making a lentil salad with shrimp & for dessert, homemade dark chocolate cookies ...
Chef Fillipo had a leg of lamb & he prepped it while we watched. He covered the lamb with olive oil & added fresh sprigs of rosemary, salt & pepper ~ into the oven it went. Now we made our chocolate cupcakes & knew these were not going to be your average cupcakes. These had to be chilled before baking. Then we were given the rest of the pasta dough that we made on Monday, the pasta machine was brought out ...
... was waiting for us. She was an art history & restoration major, so she really knew the history of the town. She took us up to the top of the town, which had a beautiful view of the castle & valley below. Assisi is a lovely Umbrian hill town with twisting narrow alleyways. I had a hard time focusing on listening to Irene tell us about the town's history because I was enjoying walking through the old cobblestone streets so much. I always wonder what people do all ...
... as the sous chef at the hotel's restaurant.
He said the owners of the hotel lived upstairs. The kitchen was next to this room and below the kitchen was an old wine cellar filled with old bottles & proscuitto hanging from the ceiling. We got our aprons on & went over the day's recipes. We would be making fresh banana bread, lentil soup with ricotta cheese and crispy bread, homemade ricotta cheese ravioli with a cherry tomato sauce. Found ...