Kitchen Capers by David Banks

Kitchen Capers

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  1. Jakesully of the Omaticaya

    Jakesully of the Omaticaya said, over 1 year ago

    @David Banks
    Isn’t the name a little redundant, David? I mean, it’s just the same thing written in two different languages.

  2. Slywlf

    Slywlf said, over 1 year ago

    @Jakesully of the Omaticaya

    (snerk) I was wondering that myself, since clearly this dish is not being served in a pastry of any kind ;-) How about it, David? The recipe sounds tasty (I like the ingredient combo) but the name is a bit odd.

  3. mshefler

    mshefler said, over 1 year ago

    Not to mention the grammatic error of putting an apostrophe in tarts"".

  4. David Banks

    David Banks GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    Is not a ‘tart’…the tart in this recipe is a ‘woman of easy virtue’! It’s a variation on an old Italian recipe and, I believe, originated in Naples. The sauce should be feisty and hot!

  5. Jakesully of the Omaticaya

    Jakesully of the Omaticaya said, over 1 year ago

    @David Banks

    See, David, this is what I was saying the first time. Isn’t the name just a little redundant?

  6. David Banks

    David Banks GoComics PRO Member said, over 1 year ago

    @Jakesully of the Omaticaya

    I agree, slight tautology, but both words have slightly different meanings and it keeps the Italian origination…it has also been called ’whore’s puttanesca and ’slut’s puttanesca’…I could go on but I fear I may start upsetting readers! We just call it “Tart’s poot” at home…maybe I should have gone with that??

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