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Seth is an acomplished home cook, but Domenico also has some tricks up his sleeve. We are proud to present a recipe from the book:
THE PASSIVE – AGGRESSIVE SANDWICH
three cups of impatience
a pinch of frustration
a teaspoon of need for shopping
a piece of artisan bread
a slice of ham
a cherry tomato
1) Make a mental list of all the things you want to buy in your favorite store.
2) In the morning, take a shower, get dressed and look at the watch while your partner oversleeps.
3) Once frustration and impatience start overflowing, wake them up.
4) Your partner’s going to ask you for something to eat. Go to the kitchen and show them how much you enjoyed the wait.
5) Put a plate on the table.
6) Take the first knife you find and cut a slice of bread.
7) Put the bread on the plate with the more uneven side facing up.
8) Drop the ham on the bread and leave it as it falls. Put your feelings into the food you’re preparing.
9) Put the cherry tomato in the middle of the sandwich.
10) Put on your coat, sit by the table and watch the door, trying to match your facial expression to what you want to evoke through the sandwich to create a comprehensive experience.
11) If everything goes according to plan, your partner won’t like it, and you’ll get to leave sooner, tempting them with a promise of fresh food on the go.
Now that Domenico Acerbi himself walked you through all the necessary steps to achieve a perfect result, let’s give ourselves a moment to appreciate the glory of consuming this work of culinary art:
And this is how Seth enjoyed his sandwich:
He wanted to see what Dom made for him. The smell of espresso was unmistakable, and while Dom generally considered cooking a chore not suitable for someone like him, he was the master of coffee in their house.
When Seth entered the kitchen, Domenico smiled at him and gestured to a piece of toast covered by a layer of ham, with a splash of color in the form of a lone cherry tomato.
Seth lifted the ham and noticed there was no butter under it either. “Impressive,” he said, and when he picked up the toast, the cherry tomato rolled off to the floor. The bread wasn’t even toasted.
“It’s so late.” Domenico sighed, making his intentions clear. “We could eat something else on the way if you don’t like it.”
“Yeah. I suppose you gave it your best.”
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