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1 hr ago | The Miami Herald
No matter how experienced you are, opening a restaurant presents a specific set of challenges: What do you offer that isn't already on the table elsewhere in town? How do you make your place so inviting that guests will want to visit again and again? And where do you find inspiration? We answered the last question first for Bocce Bar, which serves ... (more)
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When Paul Cullen was growing up in Buffalo, N.Y., he loved watching his grandmother, Elsie Tagliaferro, whip up a delicious meal with Italian flair.
"Holidays are all about sharing, so a family-style dinner with Italian food seemed like a natural choice," says chef Bobby Benjamin about the feast he plans at La Coop: Bistro a Vins .
IF you enjoy pasta then Angelo's offers you triple the choice of where to get your favourite Italian cuisine with a South African touch.
Looking for a gift for a cook on your list? "Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking" by Marcella Hazan, who passed away earlier this year, is a perfect fit.
Her family lived in the United States during the school year, but spent summers in Italy, where Marchetti picked up an appreciation for Italian food through, as she says, “osmosis.” “But as I got older, I began to appreciate how my culinary heritage is such an incredible gift,” she said.
Santa Monica, CA December 10, 2013 What happens when four childhood friends from Rome relocate to Santa Monica with a desire to share their love of Italian cuisine, wine and the Roman style of family entertaining? Ristorante Al Mare is born.
Nothing brings family and friends together like the warmth of Italian tradition and great food.
Chef Judi visits Sarasota's Chianti restaurant for authentic Italian food prepared by former Michael's on East chef Al Massa.
American chefs Andrew Ticer and Michael Hudman draw inspiration for their Southern cooking from their Italian heritage and their grandmothers' Sunday dinners, which they remember fondly in their first book "Collard & Carbonara."
It was a four-day epicurean extravaganza of star chef dinners and culinary king workshops crowned by the ultimate family-style, sit-down dinner for 200 VIPs from all over the world at a 300-foot-long table built especially for one grand banquet.
A new restaurant with a variety of items including baked goods, Italian specialties and more is set to open this month.
Walking through the bookstore or shopping online for a last minute cookbook gift can be a daunting task.
For the hundreds of you who bemoan the fact that Vic Perdue closed his namesake restaurant, Vic's on Main , in Crete, Ill., weep no more.
The old-world pizza with sauce, olive oil and parmesan at Piccolo Italian Restaurant in Mayfield Heights.