Italian tradition on chef Rossella Rago's menu

Jul 19, 2013 1728

By Kristine M. Kierzek

Rossella Rago grew up making pastas and traditional dishes from Mola di Bari, the small Italian fishing village where her parents were born.

A first-generation Italian-American from Brooklyn, everything she learned about cooking came from her nonna. She knows her knife skills might raise an eyebrow or two. That's OK with her, because she knows she makes good food.

Wanting to connect new generations to Italian tradition, in 2009 she launched her own program, "Cooking with Nonna."

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