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rotuts

rotuts

@gfweb 

 

that's the more ' classic ' American version  ( possibly )

 

and delicious.  I grew up in CA and Italian-ish  was 

 

not common. so no CkParm  growing up

 

try adding a good quarry very thin aged ham 

 

after the wash , so the ham sticks to the Ck .  then more wash

 

then crumb.  serve as you normally do for CkParm

 

and see if you like the dish this way.

 

 

rotuts

rotuts

@gfweb 

 

that's the more ' classic ' American version  ( possibly )

 

and delicious.  I grew up in CA and Italian-ish  was 

 

not common. so no CkParm  growing up

 

try adding a good quarry very thin aged ham 

 

after the wash , so the nhyam sticks to the Ck .  then more wash

 

then crumb.  serve as you normally do for CkParm

 

and see if you like the dish this way.

 

 

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