Wednesday, November 24, 2010

From Clawson Patch: Due Venti

Note: (a) This is my new favorite place, and (b) I thought was editor was talking crazy talk when she kept having problems with my images but now I see what she meant. So here are clear and color-tweaked images for your vicarious visual enjoyment that include the exact same pork chop image that is mysteriously blurry on the site, I swear it's the same one.

"What's that smell? Garlic. Wonderfully fragrant and delicious garlic, and at Due Venti in Clawson, owner-chefs David and Nicole Seals do not hold back in their generous distribution of it in their carefully crafted and perfectly balanced dishes.

'Nicole was trained at the Culinary Institute of America in New York and David has spent much of his career in kitchens. The married couple opened Due Venti near their home in Clawson two years ago with a goal of presenting northern Italian cuisine in a style that reflects what diners would find in Europe. What this means in layman's terms is, 'Abandon all thoughts of marinara sauce, ye who enter here...'"

Read the rest of the article here.

Husband and wife team David and Nicole Seals

Insalata della casa
Pork chop special


Budino di Polenta