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Which parmigiana do you prefer?

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hbelkins:
Chicken parm, you taste so good.

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J N Winkler:
I voted for eggplant parmigiana.  I also like eggplant in ratatouille.

jp the roadgeek:

--- Quote from: Pink Jazz on September 27, 2022, 01:06:04 PM ---
--- Quote from: kphoger on September 27, 2022, 12:42:55 PM ---I haven't had anything other than chicken parm in quite a while.  Actually, I haven't even had chicken parm in a while.  But, given the choice, I'd probably go with veal.

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Unfortunately for you, veal parm is becoming more scarce on Italian restaurant menus. In addition to the animal cruelty issues, COVID has caused restaurants to drop items that don't sell due to food spoilage issues (plus the high cost of veal). It seems those that still have it are mostly more upscale family-owned Italian restaurants.

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1000% true about veal becoming scarce.  Iíve rarely seen it on Italian restaurant menus anywhere in the past 5-10 years.  Plus it does have the stigma of PETA activists frowning upon it.  I remember being in high school and an animal rights activist speaking to an all school meeting trying to get veal removed from the dining hall menus, and that was 30 years ago.

Scott5114:

--- Quote from: jp the roadgeek on September 28, 2022, 06:18:31 PM ---
--- Quote from: Pink Jazz on September 27, 2022, 01:06:04 PM ---
--- Quote from: kphoger on September 27, 2022, 12:42:55 PM ---I haven't had anything other than chicken parm in quite a while.  Actually, I haven't even had chicken parm in a while.  But, given the choice, I'd probably go with veal.

--- End quote ---

Unfortunately for you, veal parm is becoming more scarce on Italian restaurant menus. In addition to the animal cruelty issues, COVID has caused restaurants to drop items that don't sell due to food spoilage issues (plus the high cost of veal). It seems those that still have it are mostly more upscale family-owned Italian restaurants.

--- End quote ---

1000% true about veal becoming scarce.  Iíve rarely seen it on Italian restaurant menus anywhere in the past 5-10 years.  Plus it does have the stigma of PETA activists frowning upon it.  I remember being in high school and an animal rights activist speaking to an all school meeting trying to get veal removed from the dining hall menus, and that was 30 years ago.

--- End quote ---

I'm not sure if you went to a particularly fancy high school or if there was a drastic drop in the quality of school lunches between 1990 and 2000....

kirbykart:

--- Quote from: Scott5114 on September 28, 2022, 06:23:24 PM ---
--- Quote from: jp the roadgeek on September 28, 2022, 06:18:31 PM ---
--- Quote from: Pink Jazz on September 27, 2022, 01:06:04 PM ---
--- Quote from: kphoger on September 27, 2022, 12:42:55 PM ---I haven't had anything other than chicken parm in quite a while.  Actually, I haven't even had chicken parm in a while.  But, given the choice, I'd probably go with veal.

--- End quote ---

Unfortunately for you, veal parm is becoming more scarce on Italian restaurant menus. In addition to the animal cruelty issues, COVID has caused restaurants to drop items that don't sell due to food spoilage issues (plus the high cost of veal). It seems those that still have it are mostly more upscale family-owned Italian restaurants.

--- End quote ---

1000% true about veal becoming scarce.  Iíve rarely seen it on Italian restaurant menus anywhere in the past 5-10 years.  Plus it does have the stigma of PETA activists frowning upon it.  I remember being in high school and an animal rights activist speaking to an all school meeting trying to get veal removed from the dining hall menus, and that was 30 years ago.

--- End quote ---

I'm not sure if you went to a particularly fancy high school or if there was a drastic drop in the quality of school lunches between 1990 and 2000....

--- End quote ---
I'm thinking the former.

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