Stone Pie at Carbone's

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Michael Stern
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2003/02/26 19:07:59 (permalink)

Stone Pie at Carbone's

Carbone's Italian restaurant, long known as a place for deluxe food, is now making some really wonderful stone pies. We had a classic "margherita" the other day that was out of this world.
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    Michael Stern
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    RE: Stone Pie at Carbone's 2003/02/26 19:08:26 (permalink)
    That's Carbone's IN HARTFORD, CT, by the way.
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    RE: Stone Pie at Carbone's 2003/02/27 12:38:07 (permalink)
    That’s good to know I'll have to try it. It’s about time that this area with such a reputation for Italian cuisine starts to make an above average pie.
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    RE: Stone Pie at Carbone's 2003/02/27 12:47:52 (permalink)
    Michael,
    I imagine you've had a chicken or veal cutlet grinder at Franklen Giant Grinder and a cannoli from Mozzicato De Pasquale's both within walking distance of Carbones. I certainly enjoy both!
    Kevin
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    Michael Stern
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    RE: Stone Pie at Carbone's 2003/02/28 19:56:27 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by KevinL

    Michael,
    I imagine you've had a chicken or veal cutlet grinder at Franklen Giant Grinder and a cannoli from Mozzicato De Pasquale's both within walking distance of Carbones. I certainly enjoy both!
    Kevin



    No! I haven't had either. I'm always focused on Carbone's (especially recently as we're doing their cookbook with them), but I will definitely check out that grinder and cannoli. Thanks for the tip. -- ms
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