For the twenty-four years I’ve been a part of my church, I have known whispers and accolades of Mrs. G’s sauce. Of course anyone in this very New York-Italian family will lovingly remind you that this sacred meal is pronounced soo-wauce, not “sauce.” It is nearly a rite of passage, as a member of our […]
Doesn’t the Italian language make “Pasta and Beans” sound like a ballet? What began as a humble peasant dish has made its way around the world and onto many restaurant menus. After tasting a few, I decided some time ago to create my own.
In that hypothetical scenario where you can only eat one food for the rest of your life, mine would be spaghetti. I may only be one eighth Italian but those carbs possess great sway. Since I don’t yet have to survive on an island with one meal for the rest of forever, I occasionally have […]