"Dam, Frank looks Bad Ass in this picture!"
Frank Sinatra? The man was one of a kind, a iconic hero to Italian-Americans for generations. We loved and love his music, films, the man and the myth of Frank Sinatra. He was one of our (Italian-Americans) own, our most beloved figure of all. So naturally we adore and emulate the man. In emulating him, we might dress like him, have similar interest, but most of all, and most attainable, we eat like him, and of course that's the food of Italy, and more so, Italian-America.
Some of Frank's favorite foods were; Clams Posilipo, Spaghetti Pomodoro (Tomato Sauce), Meatballs, Braciole, Sausages, and Veal Milanese. You too can eat as Sinatra did, with the recipes in the book SUNDAY SAUCE - When Italian-Americans Cook by Best Selling Italian Cookbook author Daniel Bellino Zwicke, whose family (The Bellino 's) just so happen to be from the same town in Sicily as the Sinatra Family. The small town of Lercara Friddi, Italy, south of Palermo is the town that one Charles "Lucky" Luciano and Martino Severino Sinatra (Frank's father) were born, as well as Italian Cookbook author Daniel Bellino "Z" ...
So, if you love Sinatra, want to read about him and what he liked to eat, as well as being able so cook ( recipes ) his favorite dishes, then the popular cookbook Sunday Sauce is a book that you'll want to get.
Some Recipes :
Sunday Sauce alla Sinatra
Spaghetti & Meatballs
Plus more ..
LEARN HOW to Make Dolly Sinatra MEATBALLS
and SUNDAY SAUCE GRAVY alla SINATRA
WHEN ITALIAN-AMERICANS COOK
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