Updated: Jul 5, 2019
If you're tired of eating ham and potatoes for Easter dinner, again, head over to Vincent's Vero for something truly special.
Not content to do same-old same-old, Vincent's came to us with a request for a saffron spaghetti. And although we don't grow saffron at Garden of Esther - it's from a fussy, exotic flower that wouldn't thrive here in Florida - we were so intrigued that we ordered some right away and got to work creating a new pasta.
First they paired it with a vegetable medley - and look how the colors pop against each other. The light green of the zucchini, the dark green of the spinach, and the red of the tomatoes all offer a vivid contrast with the yellow-orange of the saffron spaghetti.
Next, they did a similar vegetable medley but this time they surrounded the spaghetti with sauteed mussels. How much more local can you get?
Did we mention how fantastic these beautiful dishes taste? Our pasta contributes, sure, but it's the genius in the kitchen who prepares it in new and exciting ways who deserves the credit. We've been delighted with the clever and inspired ways Vincent's serves our pastas. We can't wait to taste what they come up with next! #vincents