Beef Carpaccio
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 The dish is named after Vittore Carpaccio, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his orange and red colors which the dish resembles. Carpaccio was given its name by Harry’s Bar in Venice, a storied restaurant patronized by the “Lost Generation” of American ex-patriots (Hemingway, Dos-Passos, Stein, Beach, etc.) between the World Wars.

 

The dish is named after Vittore Carpaccio, an Italian Renaissance painter known for his orange and red colors which the dish resembles. Carpaccio was given its name by Harry’s Bar in Venice, a storied restaurant patronized by the “Lost Generation” of American ex-patriots (Hemingway,

Carpaccio, is a very famous beef dish named after Vittore Carpaccio. Carpaccio was an Italian Renaissance painter known for his orange and red colors, which the dish resembles. Carpaccio was given its name by Harry’s Bar in Venice, a storied restaurant patronized by the “Lost Generation” of American ex-patriots (Hemingway, Dos-Passos, Stein, Beach, etc.) between the World Wars.

Culinary Uses

Beef Carpaccio is a dish made of thin slices of Raw very fresh, very well chilled beef from a reputable Meat Packer and from a highly graded (Prime Grade or Choice Grade) Steer’s Tenderloin, Rump, or Top Sirloin Butt, that is Pounded paper thin, almost translucent. The thin slices are arranged in a single layer and then dressed with Olive Oil, Salt, Pepper, Mustard and Lemon.

Low Fat

Yes

Low Calorie

Yes