Pavarotti sings a lot of things. I think we need a little context - I don't know what "to stardom" means here. Although "O sole mio" does refer to a star of sorts (the sun), and "Nessun' dorma" mentions stars several times, and is pretty much Pavarotti's signature number.
I haven't heard of any US restaurants offering it. I called up my area's Udupi Bhavan, which is run by folks from Karnataka, but they don't have it on their menu either. Your best bet would be to locate some Kannada folks, and cajole them into cooking it for you. Try going to your local Kannada Association's next gathering, and make some friends there
Hey, I though you were a vegetarian, NN. And yet here you are, encouraging Shama to consume Andrea Bocelli. Fried Bocelli? Bocelli al dente? The mind boggles. I've got to say, I'm going to be a lot more careful around Kannadians from now on. [This message has been edited by Jim Yingst (edited October 25, 2001).]
>here you are, encouraging Shama to consume Andrea Bocelli I am still a Veggi; afterall, it's Shama who considers Bocelli delicious, not me >How did we go from classical/opera music to Kannadian food This is a classic case of thread hijacking
> How did we go from classical/opera music to Kannadian food??? Well, Eric never got back to us to explain what he was talking about so we could answer his question, so we got bored waiting, and when another topic came along, we jumped. After all, we had already been covering opera in another thread.