Showing posts with label Mozzarella. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Mozzarella. Show all posts

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Spaghetti Clam Sauce Jersey Shore Italian

 


Dinner at Cosuin Tony's House

Down The Jersey Shore



  We had a great time at Cousin Anthony Bellino's house down the. Jersey Shore. Tony planned a nice dinner for us. He had Vincenza come to make Linguine with Clam Sauce for us, and Tony wanted me to cook the Steak. Vincenza is from Castelmare di Stabia near Sorrento and The Amalfi Coast in Italy. Castelmare di Stabia is also, not far from Napoli, and Vincenza makes one mean Pasta with Clam Sauce We picked up some nice Sirloin Steaks ( recipe ) at Lenny's, and got some nice Jersey Tomatoes, Corn, Peaches, and potatoes to go with the Steak at a nice Farm Stand near Tony's House. Tony's childhood friend Russ and his wife Lucie were at the dinner party, along with Gai and Danny, John and Gail, and Debbie Bellino's brother Rob and his wife Brigett.  Tony made some Sangria (very good) for our cocktail hour with h'ordeouvres before dinner, and I made Aperol Spritzs for everyone. It was a nice cocktail hour. We drank Marchese di Barolo Gavi and Jordan Cab with the meal. For dessert we had an Upside Down Crumb Cake with Custard that Tony bought at a local Bakery, and Tony's friend Russ brought Cherry and Blueberry Piesers. It was quite a nice dinner of Family and Friends Jersey Italian Style. It was great, and this is a little remembrance of the time.







    


Mangia Italiano

Memories of Italian Food



     

Saturday, May 11, 2013

JOE'S DAIRY CLOSING and NEW YORK LOSES ANOTHER GREAT OLD INSTITUTION





Yes folks,sad but true, Joe's Dairy is closing. After 60 years in business, the beloved little Cheese Shop, a.k.a. "Jimmy The Cheeseman's Store" from The Pope of Greenwich Village, will sell their last ball of fresh Home Made Mozzarella (The best in The City) at 6 PM today May, 11 2013, and New York and the Italian Community of South Greenwich Village loses but one more beloved institution.
This is particularly a major blow to we Italian-Americans who lost our much loved Rocco Restorante on Thompson Street in The Village last year. Rocco's, after 90 years in Greenwich Village lost it's lease last year and The Torissi Boys quickly swooped in to open "Carbone," which promised to be a classic Old School Downtown New York Italian Red Sauce Joint like Rocco's was, but with $50 Veal Parmigiano and $52 Veal Marsala on the menu, it just doesn't seem so.
And so my friends we lose another beloved old New York Mom-and-Pop business to greed landlords.  It's a Sin, and we all wish something could be done about this scourge. Bye-Bye Joe's we'll surely miss you there on Sullivan Street, and we're gonna miss New York's Best Mozz. So we're do we go now? I still refuse to set food in that awful, overprice commercial enterprise Eataly, that's for tourist and another type of person I will not mention. Guess I'll have to walk down to DiPalo's. Joe's was only 2 blocks from my house. I'll miss it so.





Daniel Bellino-Zwicke