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FEAST of 7 FISH SALE 99 CENTS KINDLE






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La Vigila “THE FEAST of The 7 FISH” The Southern Italian Ritual Christmas Eve Meal of Seven Fish, Representing The 7 Sacraments of 
The Roman Catholic Church .. This Meal is a Sacred Ritual of The South 
of Italy and Italian-American’s in New York, New Jersey, and other Italian American enclaves across the country. And You’d be Surprised to know that is Mostly of The South of Italy and Italian-America and that Many Italians from Central Italy to The North have never heard of This Great Traditional Feast as it is Mainly of The South. Have You ever wanted to Make or Eat one, but Don’t Know Where to Start? The Know-How is Mostly Passed Down in Families from One Generation to the Next and 
Not Much Has Been Written on This Great Subject. Not Until Now anyway with The Publication of This Book by Daniel Bellino Zwicke. You Will Find Everything You Need to Know to Partake, Make, and Eat this Most Important Meal of The Italian Calender Year , with The FEAST of 7 FISH.. 


The Book Contains Stories, Recipes and Instructions on How to Make This Great Feast, Your Very Own “FEAST of SEVEN FISHES” so Cook, Make, and Partake, Mangia Bene e “Buon Natale”











CARBONE GOING CORPORATE

CARBONE
and
The Former ROCCO’S SIGN

Thompson Street
GREENWICH VILLAGE
NEW YORK



The juggernaut, as the New York Times recently called then, The Torris Boys (Major Foods) is going corporate. “Watch Out Boys and Girls,” that means exclusiveness, cachet, and overall cool factor goes down. Major expansion, they going corporate, McDonaldesque if you will. Well not quite, but you know what I mean. The so called Torrisi Boys, Mario Carbone, Rich Torrisi, and partner Jeff Zalaznick who own and operate; Carbone, Parm (2 locations), Torrisi Italian Specialties, and ZZ plan on major expansion in the next couple of years with a large bakery/ restaurant downtown, that will partner with Melissa Weller and feature fresh baked; Bagels,Danish, Bear Claws, Challah Bread, yeast based and other baked goods. Jeff Zalaznick states, “It’s going to be our version of Barney Greengrass.”
     The partners whose Parm Restaurant on Mulberry Street next to their first place Torrisi Italian Specialties has been super successful from day one and quickly spawned a sister Parm at Yankee Stadium. The Torrisi Boys (Major Foods) plan on opening several more outposts of PARM all over New York, in; Battery Park, 2 in Brooklyn of which one be near to The Barclay’s Center and another in Williamsburg, the Upper West Side and who knows where else? The New York Times says they plan on building Parm into a citywide Shake Shack style franchise. “Good Luck.” Corporate, make a ton of money, but majorly lose cachet and so-called cool-factor. You can’t have it all boys. They probably do.
    Most well-heeled New Yorkers hate chains a corporate conglomerates when it comes to restaurants. Many giant nation-wide food chains who’ve made it big in a large part of the country thought they’d come in to New York and knock-em-dead. Not! Discerning New Yorkers tend to like small independent restaurants, not corporate like Applebee’s and Bennigans. When you see restaurants like Red Lobster and Olive Garden doing well around Times Square it’s tourists and the less well healed New Yorkers going to them, the rest of us hate chain restaurants. 
    So it will remain to see what happens with Parm, Carbone and the now much smaller Major Foods (Torrisi Boys) empire. With a good number more Parm Outlets open, will the original loss it cachet and hot-factor? Who knows? Probably. And what of Carbone, the flagship of the corporation which has from day one and to this point (March 20, 2014) been uber-hot and still New York’s Hottest Restaurant Ticket in Town? Time will tell, and …




DBZ






PARM

Mulberry Street


Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin


FRANK & DEAN

NOW THAT’S COOL” !!!!






Italian American Greatest Hits Cookbook Bellino

ITALIAN-AMERICA’S GREATEST HITS  COOKBOOK
by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
Ladies and Gentlmen, here it is! My latest, Italian-Americans Greattest Hits … It’s almost ready and should be out for publication in about 3 months … As the title implies, the book is a Greatest Hits Book …  The Greatest Hits of Italian-American Food that is !!! The book includes recipes and always stories of Italian-America, the people, the kitchen, the Food, places and all things Italian (Music,Wine and such). Some recipes are previously published from some of my other books (it’s a Greatest Hits Album so to speak). With some of these previously published recipes, there are many new ones as well). Maybe you’ve purchased one or two of my books (Thank You!) and maybe you like the work, the stories, the recipes, and you like to get some of my work as a gift to a loved one, a friend, whoever, you might want to get a copy of this as a compilation of my work. Anyway, look for it, Italian-America’s Greatest Hits  –  Spaghetti Meatballs Sausage & Peppers  …. Oh, there’s much more .. Favoirte dishes of The Italian-American Table, “You know what they are.”
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SUNDAY SAUCE  …. Learn How to Make SUNDAY SAUCE alla CLEMENZA  and …
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THE FEAST of THE 7 FISH

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The FEAST of THE 7 FISH
Ingredients ?
The NEGRONI

Recipe in La TAVOLA

by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke




INGREDIENTS ?





SUNDAY SAUCE

“GRAVY”


RONZONI

SONO BUONI !!!
PASTA of My CHILDHOOD 



FRNAK !!!

SINATRA 



MAKE a da SAUCE


alla CLEMENZA

Richard Castellano
&
Al Pacino

The GODFATHER

CHIANTI !!!



Carbone -Torissi Boys “ZZ Clam Bar” Opening Soon

Plans for Carbone – Torissi Boys Lobster Club that 3rd partner Jeff Zalaznick was hot on have been scrapped. The Carbone – torissi Team is opening a small clam-bar instead (12 seats) called ZZ Clam Bar a couple doors downstream from their highly sucessful “Carbone” Old-School Red-Sauce Italian Joint. This teams first venture was named after Rich Torissi, the 2nd “Carbone” after Mario Carbone, and now ZZ Clam Bar will be named after Jeff Zalaznick and his nickname “ZZ”

 

 

 

ITALIAN-AMERICAN NEW YORKERS ADVENTURES of The TABLE

ITALIAN-AMERICAN NEW YORKERS ADVENTURES of The TABLE

NEW YORK LOSES ANOTHER “JOE’S DAIRY” And THE BEST MOZZ In TOWN

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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