Giuliani’s Stromboli – (Recipe)

STROMBOLI not just a sandwich

The Sparkling Spoon

This recipe is for my brother, Giuliani, who absolutely loves this dish! “Giuliani’s Stromboli” is why this is named after him!

Don’t know what to make for dinner? Want to try something different? Are you feeling like you want an “Italian Style” meal? Well, I am going to teach you all how to make a spinach & prosciutto stromboli! It sounds difficult, but is super easy! And since I know making the dough is probably a process for some, I will give you the simple and easy way to do this!


(1) 1 Box of Spinach (you can use frozen, but you have to let it defrost first).

(2) Cheese (mozzarella, genuino, etc are fine). I like genuino, but you can use whatever you’d like!

(3) Prosciutto (cubed and cut into small chunks)

(4) Garlic

(5) Tomatoes

(6) Pizza dough. (If you don’t want to make this by yourself…

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Food Thursday

Another Great recipe brought to you to try. Do you have a great recipe? email it to us to post along with a picture.

Station 22

Another Highly recommended place in UTAH

Munch on This, Utah!

The place: Station 22 Cafe, in that hip little strip of downtown Provo, at 22 West Center Street, Provo, UT 84606

Contact info: online at, on Facebook, by phone at (801) 607-1803

Reservations: No


  • Lunch/Dinner:  Mon – Sat / 11 – 10

About: At Station 22, we dig way down deep into our American roots to bring you fresh, reinvented versions of family recipes, classic dishes and some new flavors you never imagined. … Station 22 grew organically to become what it is today. Rather than bringing in an outside concept, the historic downtown brought this concept to us. We have tried to tailor this restaurant to the needs and wants of the community by listening closely to comments and critique. We adjust constantly and strive to improve our business every day. We hope it shows! Source: Station 22 website,

Station 22

The ambiance: You get the…

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Mango Bars – Mango Madness Month

you like mango well now try this


Mango bar

Mangooooooooooooes!! They are everywhere. It’s the same story, every summer in India! Every grocery store, street vendor (selling fruits and vegetables) have been hijacked with the fruit. The lady who occasional rigs my bell to sell fish (carrying it in a huge container on her head) is also selling mangoes instead.

YES – it is a delicious and a fragrant fruit no doubt and in India it is actually considered as the king of fruit. I do really like it too!!

SO, I am going to make a few recipes with mangoes back to back. A salad, an entree, a dessert (current post), a frozen treat and a drink. Its only fair to give the fruit its due importance. I will be using a combination of raw and ripe mangoes for the recipes. Just in case mangoes are not readily available in your regular grocery store – make a trip to…

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Bronwyn | German Sausages and Beer/Wine | Somerville, MA Boston

Great place to eat by what I am told.


highly anticipated Bronwyn opened up in Union Square last night. we were lucky enough to get a reservation. i am a huge fan of t.w. food in cambridge. bronwyn is wiechmann and her husband’s new venture. i was super excited for the german wurst and bier meaning sausage and beer in german.


the bar opens til 1am

we sat in the back room, a european feel.

i like the chairs

couple beers were sold out already by the time we got there around 830pm

Ayiner – hefeweizen

i was in love with this grapefruit beer. i usually dont like fruit beers, but this one was really good.


house made sausages: not overly salty and very well flavored.

Bierwurst – pork, egg, spice.

Kielbasa – coriander, garlic, pork

Smoked Soft Shell Crab grilled chestnut, red onion relish, cucumber sauce

Knödel bacon bread dumpling, fiddlehead purée – i didnt really taste the bacon…

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Locomotive Grill

Now thats a grill


Ready for the best grill you’ve seen in a good long while?



From the source:
Ryazan Deulino’s amazing 4-ton locomotive barbecue pit has three bays and a brick-lined furnace. Some of the controls in the cab are functional, too! The wheel turns the rotating spit. All aboard!

Cannot type/talk due to severe illness (all words courtesy of voice software or kind typing helpers)…I read and appreciate all comments…Apologies for not being able to respond.

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