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Kerry Beal

Chocdoc Revelling in Rimini

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@Franci, how much difference do you think it makes to use the traditional terracotta stone for that piadine, as opposed to the steel griddle in the commercial kitchen?

 

@Kerry Beal, I wish I could travel with you! Or at second best, travel the way you do. What style and delicious adventure! Thanks for bringing us along. :) 

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not to be too rude at all :

 

the menu's are in English ?

 

possibly by Request ?

 

no matter

 

it's about the Food  Sur le(s) Plate 

 

I beg forgivenes 

 

I could not fine the SLP translation 

 

in Italian.

 

Sorry.

 

 

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@Smithy, I am not sure I ever tried a piadina cooked in the original testo. I guess you really need to be a local to have had the pleasure and I don’t care enough for piadine to go and get one 😁 but I guess if you cook the piadina on the fireplace must taste better, right? 

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1 minute ago, Franci said:

OMG @Kerry Beal, even me, that are not a huge pizza fan...looks good! After the trip you’ll tell me, but what I keep saying is that no matter how fancy the restaurants in the US, the quality of the ingredients are hard to beat in Europe! 

 

Yep. I am a pizza fan although I rarely eat it, but looking at that menu makes me think I could spend months simply learning to make pizzas and flatbreads with toppings. What beautiful-looking food!

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"Every day should be filled with something delicious, because life is too short not to spoil yourself. " -- Ling (with permission)

"There comes a time in every project when you have to shoot the engineer and start production." -- author unknown

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P.S.S :

 

thank you again for the Menus'

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@Kerry Beal, here is the list from my friend Graziella. Thank

you, Graziella (I linked her to this thread :)) I think you have some pastry shops as well. 

Around  the Tiberio’s  bridge: 
-Nud e Crud (luxury piadina, her definition) and this is the second recommendation I have for this place
-Strampalato,  a little out of the ordinary but very good
-La Marianna, fish 
-Pasticceria Vecchi

Area Colonnella:
-La Brasserie (pizza and more)
-Pasticceria Soriani

Zona Della Fiera (palacongressi):
-Bio’s Kitchen (cucina bio good)

Area Marina Centro:
-ristorante Sabbioni (fish and Pizza)

Centro Storico:
-Il Cortile in centro (very good pizza with original toppings) 
-Pasticceria Il Duomo

 

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Portolotto for fish around the Darsena area


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1 hour ago, rotuts said:

not to be too rude at all :

 

the menu's are in English ?

 

possibly by Request ?

 

no matter

 

it's about the Food  Sur le(s) Plate 

 

I beg forgivenes 

 

I could not fine the SLP translation 

 

in Italian.

 

Sorry.

 

 

They brought one English menu - a bit out of date. 
 

This is an entire community - restaurant, cured meat, cheese, animal husbandry, bakery - all in aid of rehab for individuals with drug addictions. They make leather goods and all sorts of fabulous products.

 

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Found this to take home to Kira.

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1 hour ago, Franci said:

OMG @Kerry Beal, even me, that are not a huge pizza fan...looks good! After the trip you’ll tell me, but what I keep saying is that no matter how fancy the restaurants in the US, the quality of the ingredients are hard to beat in Europe! 

So true!

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1 hour ago, Franci said:

@Kerry Beal, here is the list from my friend Graziella. Thank

you, Graziella (I linked her to this thread :)) I think you have some pastry shops as well. 

Around  the Tiberio’s  bridge: 
-Nud e Crud (luxury piadina, her definition) and this is the second recommendation I have for this place
-Strampalato,  a little out of the ordinary but very good
-La Marianna, fish 
-Pasticceria Vecchi

Area Colonnella:
-La Brasserie (pizza and more)
-Pasticceria Soriani

Zona Della Fiera (palacongressi):
-Bio’s Kitchen (cucina bio good)

Area Marina Centro:
-ristorante Sabbioni (fish and Pizza)

Centro Storico:
-Il Cortile in centro (very good pizza with original toppings) 
-Pasticceria Il Duomo

 

Edit to add:

Portolotto for fish around the Darsena area

 

Strampalato was one of the places we were heading today on the pier - but that location is closed this time of year. 

 

Pasticceria Vecchi is where we had the hot chocolate. 

 

We have reservations for one of the other places - just can't remember which one now.

 

Couple of them - she hadn't heard of before and was interested.

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I'm starting to think a lottery win would come with the serious risk of me looking into immigration to Italy so I can eventually die smiling while I stuff one last bite of food down my gullet. 

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It's kinda like wrestling a gorilla... you don't stop when you're tired, you stop when the gorilla is tired.

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any chance of Pics around the exhibition hall ?

 

maybe next time get a Baby Blimp for the Booth ?

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56 minutes ago, rotuts said:

any chance of Pics around the exhibition hall ?

 

maybe next time get a Baby Blimp for the Booth ?

 

Give her a bit of time, and I bet one will appear hovering in the booth. 😉

 

I too hope for exhibition hall shots! And pictures of the EZTemper flying off the shelves!

 

Hey, maybe a miniblimp delivering them?

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1 hour ago, Smithy said:

Hey, maybe a miniblimp delivering them?

By the end of the day she will be wishing she had a mini blimp on each foot doing a gentle massage and taking the weight off those dogs!

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9 minutes ago, Anna N said:

By the end of the day she will be wishing she had a mini blimp on each foot doing a gentle massage and taking the weight off those dogs!

Oh so true!

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So they came around this afternoon and brought us tickets for booze at the Dolce Vita Bar - 3 drinks per booth so 6 tickets.

 

@Alleguede and I were left behind so used 4 of the tickets. I asked for amaro thinking  I was getting  the cocktail but no - shots of amaro. I drank both then the cocktail!

 

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Do you know that you can have alcohol in the car in this country?


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Sorry @Kerry Beal, I think you should stay longer. I keep getting more stuff for you to try 😁 this is from Alessandra, also from my Italian cooking forum, she is from Rimini as well. 

 

-Osteria de borg in  borgo San Giuliano x meat and homemade first dishes (I’m guessing pasta) 
-sol y mar, in  riccione for fish on the beach
- dalla Lella, Piadineria already mentioned. 
- da Guido, lungomare Rimini, 1 Michelin star and apparently chef Giampaolo Raschi a genius in the kitchen 
- le milton on the beach, lungomare Rimini center, very good fish and particular location  
-agriofficina, center, Close to the caste. Breakfast, brunch, dinner  with products they grow themselves. Andrea is really talented. 
-circus, in center , behind city hall, great breakfast, very good viennoiserie.  
 

Also if you have time in the castle there is the 100 years of Fellini exhibition. 


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