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Led by Chef Rocco Sacramone (pictured) --owner and executive chef of Trattoria 1 L'incontro in Astoria, one of the highest rated Italian restaurants in New York City--Maiella will feature Central Italian cuisine and incorporate a modern twist on traditional dishes prepared with the freshest, prime ingredients.
Rivetti: A return to the origins, giving the highest importance to prime ingredients, and the originality of cooking techniques.
Potassium is one of the prime ingredients in promoting a healthy and responsive nervous system, and it also improves the speed and alertness of brain activity.
The two prime ingredients are a huge amount of patience and excellent manual dexterity.
The new pies and puddings have deeper fillings, more chunks of meat and are made with prime ingredients.
CrE me de la CrE me's ice creams use only prime ingredients such as fruit flavours made from real fruit, mocha flavour from quality coffee and its unique flavour from genuine Belgian spiced biscuits, according to a statement.
ILLICIT sex, cannibalism and Elvis are all prime ingredients in this revival of Lee Hall's black comedy.
Philosophy: "I was very into having the prime ingredients like scallops - ingredients you would see on Michelin menus - but whether I have just evolved or matured but now it is utilising the lesser cuts, the credit crunch scenario.
At its best: An eclectic tapas menu with prime ingredients, attentive service, great wine prices.
This book has all of the prime ingredients of a Victorian melodrama - madness, greed, obsession, plots, secrets and lies - and the overall theme essentially explores the extreme things men will do to get - and keep - the things that they most want.
For all the up-beat decibel-bashing, guitar thrashing excess, the story has a dark underbelly - bullying, drugs and paedophilia are not prime ingredients of family entertainment, even though some of the biggest cheer-leaders on opening night appeared to be preteens A rapid, episodic plot, which quickly establishes the immediate post-war scenario of an age when disability was so often still a subject of ridicule, anaesthetises the fact that we are on the brink of a saga of child exploitation.
The abrasive nature of stock, coupled with today's higher consistencies and rotational velocities, are the prime ingredients in a recipe for high wear.