breakfast eggs in a hole with green tabasco
lunch grilled pecorino toscano cheese sammies with relish, jalapenos and sri racha
dinner spaghetti aglio olio and peperoncino
but beware the odd sprinkle of parsley, it renders all of the above completely inedible
I was very surprised about the parsley caution at the end. I was trying to find some common theme in these dishes that would clash with the parsley, but nothing jumped out.
I once heard a chef lamenting the fate of parsley that too many people think it's only a garnish. I find that a dash of freshly chopped parsley helps most dishes.
I'm curious whether you generally avoid "the odd sprinkle" of parsley (I personally try to avoid the "odd squirt of lemon juice")?