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- From Italian burrata (Wiktionary)
“The burrata was a gorgeous creamy cloud floating atop a rainbow of vegetables that were too bright and crisp to have been bathed for too long in anything, olive oil or otherwise.”
“For instance, patrons can look for a cheese the staff will make in house by stuffing mozzarella with ricotta and cream (it's called burrata).”
“Another spectacular dish is the "burrata" cheese, served with prosciutto and tomatoes.”
“So you won't find sea urchins or burrata or guanciale or lardo here.”
“It's hard to imagine a better antipasti than the lobster with burrata and eggplant, though it seems hard to go wrong with such great ingredients.”
“You tick off a choice of antipasti from a paper-strip menu calamari salad, salami, burrata, marinated anchovies with a fennel, grapes and sun-dried lemons and nibble on focaccia dipped in Tuscan olive oil, while in the open-plan kitchen, chef Robbie Pepin dishes up homemade gnocchi with artichokes, cuttlefish and olives, asparagus risotto and veal sirloin, grilled lamb or roasted sea bass.”
“Among the starters, the creamy burrata cheese $13 is handmade by Di Palo's in Little Italy.”
“At the Spotted Pig, warm chopped liver toast is a favorite; at the John Dory, it's anchovy and parsley; and at the Breslin, a seasonal combo of slow-cooked squash with burrata was a recent highlight.”
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