Tramezzini is a type of crust-less bread popular in Italy. It’s used in making yummy sandwiches. You can put almost anything in them. I tried to cut them up in interesting ways so that it would like the sandwich exploded and combine it with a poem I wrote called “Last Forbidden Topic”. I used mayo, sliced chicken breast. For a special twist I added mango chutney. It gave it a kick. A sandwich that is about to explode should be spicy. Don’t you agree?
I supposed this would be great for mother’s day. Make sure to recite the poem before serving the sandwich.
I decided to take a break from video making. Although it is a fun playful activity that encourages creativity, I felt I should put my head down and focus on finishing the novel. Eliminate all distractions. However the universe sometimes has a way of tapping you on the shoulder, asking you to pay attention. Last Friday, the family had dinner at a Chinese restaurant. This was my fortune cookie.
So I simply obeyed. For this Food For Thought video, I used a poem that will be in my new novel. I had the recording of it conveniently sitting on my hard drive. I had used the poem to warm up my voice when recording the story of Frakash. I came across some tramezzini in my local supermarket by accident and boom! here it is. This was probably one of the easiest videos I ever made.
The novel is going well! I finished the first draft two weeks ago and currently am working on the second draft. I am hoping to have it done by the end of this year. Still can’t decide on a name. I come up with a new name every two days. Today it is called “Egging” I like the mischievous connotation the word brings up. I also like how ugly it sounds when you say it. There is a harshness in three g’s in such a small little word that I find appealing. The way the word invites to contort your face into a grimace when you say it. But, who knows I might change my mind again in a few days.
sliced chicken breast
Salt and paper.
fig balsamic vinegar reduction
Spread chutney on a tremezzini
place second tremezzini on top of the first one.
spread mayo on top
place the chicken slices
salt and pepper
spread mayo on third tramezzini
place the third bread on top with mayo side down.
cut up into funky shapes. Be creative here.
Spread all the garnish on a tray and place sandwich pieces on top.
All got eaten with a side of cauliflower soup.