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The Art of Wood-Fired Cooking begins with thorough instructional information on the ins and outs of the wood-burning oven. With Cook, teacher, and entrepreneur Andrea Mugnaini's reassuring advice and careful instruction, it's hands down to create and cook mouthwatering wood-fired dishes. Mugnaini has spent over 20 years perfecting the craft of wood-fired cooking. She started Mugnaini Imports in 1989 to recall c raise the Italian style of cooking and living to America through wood-fired, pizza-oven sales. A pioneer of the industry, she founded the first cooking school dedicated to wood-fired cooking. When she is not teaching or in the part, Mugnaini entertains crowds in the Sonoma Wine Country with her live, interactive cooking events. Now she shares the methods she has been teaching through her...
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It's not over San Antonio gets College Station transplants by way of eateries (though I would never pass up on a Harvey Washbangers or their famous chocolate peanut butter pie). That's now changed with the introduction of Napa Flats to the Vineyard Shopping Center off Circle 1604 and Blanco, though I'm still on the fence about whether the restaurant has established its footing. Opened by Tom Kenney and Tony Abdalla, Napa Flats also has a second setting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, which opened in the fall. The San Antonio location followed two months ago inside a renovated Johnny Carino's. Though the interior has been changed, the atmosphere skews in the rule of a fast-casual California Pizza Kitchen. Having been to Whiskey Cake several times earlier this year, I feel like there's a way to open a chain without making the eatery texture like such. Sure, owners should want to accommodate the suburban masses that might be familiar with corporate chains at this point, but not to the point of dullness. Actually it's not, but to be spotless, Napa Flats does deserve some props. The pizza, which commands a healthy portion of the menu, is fired up in a wood-burning oven that gives the eatery a lingering mesquite odour. For my evening sit-down with my significant other, we chose the "Mush n' Spin'," available in two sizes at lunch (8- and 12-inch) and one size for dinner (12-inch). Served with green, quartered mushrooms, spinach and caramelized onions, the pizza also comes with fluffy, whipped ricotta and fresh mozzarella for a balanced pie. The highlight of the dish was the use of separate brussels sprout leaves, fried to a crisp and then tossed in white truffle oil for a dainty crunch. The other nod came via the Palo Alto dip, an addicting concoction that would record a fun addition to any Super Bowl party. Blended sun-dried tomato and artichokes are combined with cream cheese, parmigiano and a delicate mix of herbs, then baked to produce a fluffy cheese dip we polished off with decent house bread. The Tony's pasta, a top-seller of the franchise, is a pretty dish. But while the garlicky Alfredo did come off as homemade, the use of unsympathetic pancetta strips to top the offering was strange and didn't really impact the rest of the dish. How exactly does one mute the otherwise flavorful pork belly goods. Another portion of the restaurant that was definitely noteworthy was its "Wine on Tap" program, which included barrels out of Italy, Argentina and certain wine regions of California (including Napa, the leading coast, Alexander Valley), with... My Diseño Malbec was a nice contrast with my mushroom-filled pie with its notes of dark berries, licorice and murky chocolate. The night ended with perhaps the best feature of the restaurant for those with a penchant for sweetness with a scoop of their house-made gelato. Created by pastry chef Leigha Sutton, the flavors are tending to change daily. Our visit featured a boozy Drunken Elvis with peanut butter and bourbon, as well as bacon, and Nutella. The stracciatella was evenly balanced, and the salted caramel, a bodily go-to gelato flavor, was equally great. You can pick up a scoop or a to-go pack from their tiny gelato station right next to the entry. Unfortunately, my lunchtime call in, was, well, flat. I had hoped the sandwich would have been an intentionally great item — why else carry a burger when you're otherwise known as a Californian/Mediterranean/Italian restaurant. The bun was dry, hardly aroused and though the patty included a flavorful ground pork, the lackluster guacamole seemed more accident than purposeful addition. Maybe the lunchtime rush was the wrongdoer. But I can't say I'm dying to go back to Napa Flats, other than for a scoop or gelato and maybe a few glasses of malbec to wash away that lunch. Napa Flats Wood-Fired Kitchen 1301 N. Hoop 1604 W. , 504-2555, napaflats. The Skinny: College Station's Napa Flats joins Loopland with mixed results and a wildly varying menu. Most suitable Bets: Mush n' Spin, gelato, Palo Alto Dip. 11am-11pm Fri-Sat. 11am-9:30pm Sun.
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