Bambino Huey

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2003/10/09 16:50:18 (permalink)

Bambino Huey

Bambino Huey is served in two San Antonio Italian restaurant that I know of. One is great, called Bacone's. Great Italian food and owner is from Connecticut.

The other is:

http://www.landing.com/menu/menu.htm#desserts

B.H. is available in some San Antonio and Austin supermarkets. It comes in a box with the picture shown on the menu in the link. There is also a description of what it is. It is a unique cake/cream dish served warm or hot. It is a dessert that must be experienced.
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    lleechef
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    RE: Bambino Huey 2003/10/09 18:18:51 (permalink)
    yeah, but what about the "meatless bread crumb pate"??? Sounds nasty!
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    wtgriffin
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    RE: Bambino Huey 2004/03/17 16:24:07 (permalink)
    J & M should try the bambino huey next time they come to SA. It would make a great piece in Gourmet for unusual restaurants.

    The only way to describe it would be to say it's like a molten version of gooey butter cake topped with whipped cream. When I can afford the calories we like to add fresh strawberries. Oh so good.

    And I think you can find the frozen version of them in most of the H-E-B stores in Central and South Texas.

    TG
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