Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Ronzoni Sono Buoni Pasta Its So Good New York





RONZONI SONO BUONI


RONZONI MACCHERONI PASTA


"IT'S SO GOOD"


Ronzoni is a Italian-American New York Maccheroni Past Company started by the RONZONI FAMILY at the turn of the Century.  Ronzoni Pasta dominated the shelves of New York Grocery stores for years. Nowadays they have a lot of competion, mostly from Italian made pasta companies. Many people buy past from these Italian companies, however Ronzoni still holds a prominenet place as one of the top selling pasta brands in New York City, Philadelphia, and the New York Metropolitan area, including Conn., and New Jersey.


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SONO BUONI !!!


"I'S SO GOOD"



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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Bye Bye Odell

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"BYE BYE ODELL" !!! "You Won't Be Missed"

 

Not by This Guy, nor a Couple Million other Giant Fans who felt as I did, that Odell Beckham Jr. was a Over Rated, Over Paid, disruptive Diva, and the New York Football Giants will be much better off without him and the ridiculously insane salary they were going to pay him 93 Million Dollars over 5 years. T,hank goodness the Giants came to their senses, realized that Odell's Cons far out weighed his Pros, they figured they'd be better off without him and his high-priced salary, no more distractions with Odell's ridiculous antics and the Giants can get back to Winning again.

Bye Bye Odell, good luck. and Giants fans might look forward to having a winning season this year after thee Two Worst Seasons in New York Giant History. The Giants were Pitiful and embarrassing. Let's put all that behind us, and do what the Giants do best when they're in their Groove, and that winning NFL Football games.

Basta !

 

PS ... Thanks again to the Giants for drafting Saquon Barkely last year. And Thank You Saquon for treating Giant fans to a superb Rookie Season. You were one of the few shining stars in a horrible season for the NY Giants. I was hoping the Goants would draft, and they did. And I was hoping you'd have a good year, as though college football players often play very well in college, their talents don't always translate well to the NFL, but you did, and had a remarkable Rookie Season (Rookie of The Year). Bravo Saquon.

   

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Thursday, February 28, 2019

GREEN BOOK S ITALIAN CHRISTMAS Dinner






GREEN BOOK
OSCAR WINNER

BEST PICTURE

2019


GREEN BOOK and VIGGO

And Grren Book's ITALIAN CHRISTMAS


FEAST of THE 7 FISH


La VIGILIA


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Thursday, February 21, 2019

The Worlds Best Steak Houseis Peter Luger in Brooklyn

PETER LUGER
 
 
The WORLD'S GREATEST STEAK HOUSE
 
Right Over The WILLAIMSBURG BRIDGE
 
 
BROOKLYN
 
 
NEW YORK
PORTERHOUSE STEAK
 
PETER LUGER
 
BROOKLYN
 
The PORTERHOUSE STEAK
 
PETER LUGER
 
 
"The BEST THING I EVER ATE"
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"The Most BADASS STEAK You'll Ever EAT" !!!
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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

Daniel Bellino Talks Tony Tenneriello Mulberry Street Bar

 
Mare Chiaro
 
"TONY'S NUT HOUSE"
 
 
Italian-American Writer in Greenwich Village, New York, Daniel Bellino-Zwicke "talks" Tony Tenneriello and his Mulberry Street Italian Bar Mare Chiaro aka "Tony's Nut House."
 
 

Thursday, February 7, 2019

Prosciuttoless Nebraska No Prosciutto or Italian Sausage

FAICCO'S
GREENWICH VILLAGE , NEW YORK
 

It's a well known fact that thousands of Italian-American New Yorkers have been displaced over the years. Philadelphians, Bostonian Italians, and others too. Former Italian-American New Yorkers who have been in serious distress and mental anguish over the lack of good Italian restaurants and availability of quality Italian food products in the rest of the country, excluding of course cities like Boston, Philly, and San Francisco. Other than these, you’re going to have a very hard time trying to find a good Italian Restaurant, Pizza, and Italian food products. It’s a “Sad Hard Fact-of-Life” that many cities and towns in the U.S. are completely “devoid” of good Italian Restaurants, Pork Stores, good Pizzerias, a properly pulled Espresso, or specialty shops where people of Italian origins, who are in need of good fresh Italian Sausages, Bread, Prosciutto,

Salami, Parmigiano Reggiano, olive oil, fresh Mozz-arella, Cannoli, and other products required to make proper Italian meals. These are simple necessities required to live a happy productive life, being able to purchase good quality Italian food products, or go out to eat at a true Italian Restaurant, or Pizzeria. 
 
    “Yes, believe it or not,” there are many places in this great nation of ours where the local citizenry are denied some of life’s greatest treats. It may be alright for the local natives who were born in these deprived areas, but as for Italian-Americans who move to one, for whatever reasons, the deprivation caused by the lack of good honest Italian Food is enough to cause un-necessary anguish, yearning, and outright sadness.
 
 Those of us who live in New York are extremely fortunate to have a plethora of the simple pleasures of outstanding Italian Restaurants, Pizzerias, Italian Pasrty Shops, Caffe’s, Pasta Shops, Pork Stores, Wine Shops, and Italian Specialty Shops that supply us with every Italian culinary treat under the Sun.
     Yes we are blessed with restaurants like Rao’s,  Gino’s, Patsy’s, Elio’s, Rocco’s, Bar Pitti, Frankie’s Spuntino, and others that serve tasty authentically prepared Italian food, along with bakeries that bake magnificent bread, Biscotti, Cheesecake, Cannoli, and other pastries.
We have the best Pizzerias out-side of Italy, like; Totonno’s, Lombardi’s, and John’s of Bleecker Street.
 
      In New York we have great Pork Stores that pre-pare wonderful fresh Italian Sausage, Braciole, Sopressetta, Cacatitorini, fresh Mozzarella, and more. There are countless Italian food emporiums where you can buy imported Olive Oils, vinegar, pasta, Prosciutto de Parma, Mortadella from Bologna, Gorgonzola, Fontina, Aceto Baslamico from Modena, Porcini Secco, and the sinful Tartuffo Bianco of Alba in Peidmonte (The Foot of the Mountain). The same place were the wondrous Barolo, Barbera, and Barbaresco wines come from. When White Truffles are in season, from mid-October through early January, it is favorite time of the year for gourmands, everywhere.
 
     We New Yorkers are blessed with amazing Italian Caffes, that serve authentic pastries, Gelato, and prop -erly made Espresso and Cappuccino. We have Pork Stores and Delis, that sell fresh Italian Pork Sausages, Imported Italian Cheese, Salami, Olive Oil, Pasta, Prosciutto, and more. And we have butchers who know how to cut a “Proper Veal Scallopine and make Braciole ready for cooking. We have restaurants and Trattorias that know how to make authentic Bolognese Sauce, Spaghetti Carbonara, and Linguine Vong-ole. Culinarily, we want for nothing!
 
 “My condolences to those Americans deprived of these simple little Pleasures. Excuse me, “Necessities” to good, Happy Living!”
 
 
 
 
This piece has been EXCERPTED from La TAVOLA"  ITALIAN-AMERICAN NEW YORKERS ADVENTURES of THE TABLE ... To read more Stories like "PROSCIUTTO-Less in NEBRASKA" La Tavola is available on AMAZON.com
 
 
 
 
 
La TAVOLA
 
by Daniel Bellino Zwicke
 
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"HEAVEN" !!!
Italian Salami
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Oyster Cart Old New York 1900





OYSTER CART

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