Eating Out at Pammy’s, then Back Home for Pasta

As you may remember, Pammy’s in Cambridge has been my #1 Restaurant in Greater Boston for several years. This week I went out with friends to introduce them to this treasure, and it was excellent, as always. Here was the menu; note that it is Prix Fixe. My three dishes were Cod Cheeks, Veal Sweetbreads, and Kale Gnudi. Two of the three are shown below.

The next night was an opportunity to cook at home. I had some sushi-grade yellowfin tuna from Sven’s Fish and I wanted to use it in a pasta dish with minimal cooking. I got inspiration from another website — La Cucina Italiana — so I made Chitarra with Raw Tuna and Zucchini. My wife is not a fan of capellini or spaghettini, so I used chitarra instead. It was just right, and also a good match with the wine, 2018 Terre del Principe, Le Sèrole — a Pallagrello Bianco.

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