‘Crazy for Italian Food’ based on Italian-American experience

Apr 13, 2015 592

by Roberta Saddan

Although the farm-to-table concept may be one of the hottest trends today, it was the only way to eat in the New York City of the 1930s. For the many immigrant families in a new world, the dinner table was the center of family life.

Cookbook author Joe Famularo shares the details of his childhood in Crazy for Italian Food: a Memoir of Family, Food & Place with recipes. They were a family of 10 living in a railroad flat on West 46th Street in a section of the city called Clinton.

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Source: http://www.palmbeachdailynews.com/

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