Super-Like, Times Infinity

Now this is what I’m talkin’ ’bout:   Goat Cheese Ravioli with Bell Peppers and Brown Butter.


If I may be so bold as to resurrect the Continuum of Like, this recipe rates as a hands-down Super-Like (see below).   It was conceived at a restaurant called Bonne Soiree in  Chapel Hill, North Carolina which someone on the interweb compared to The French Laundry in the quality of its meals.  I have never heard of Chapel Hill, NC, but now it will forever have significance for me as the point of origin of one of the best things I’ve ever tasted.


Tangy-creamy, smothered in rich butter, floating like warm, little clouds on a wilty bed of peppers, slick with tart, vinegary dressing.   I don’t know if anyone is reading this blog anymore but if there is only one recipe that is attempted as a result of my humble recommendations over the past couple of years, THIS IS THE ONE to attempt.   Go the distance.   Be the ball.   Make the ravioli.  (Use the wonton wrappers.)

One Response to “Super-Like, Times Infinity”

  1. Mom Says:

    I’m reading and salivating all at the same time as well as activily looking for a replacement for the word “like” – in any form. Have looked at the “How to” and hope to attempt for …. perhaps the 24th.