Why Eel Belongs In Risotto

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Ristoro del Cinghiale in New York City is a restaurant inspired by Tuscan cuisine. One of the underplayed menu items is “The Risotto” made with smoked eel. INSIDER’s Herrine Ro visits the restaurant to see how the dish is made, try it out, and explain what it tastes like.

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Why Eel Belongs In Risotto

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