How To Make Ragu, According To Three Real Italian Nonnas | HuffPost

Long before ragù was a ubiquitous brand of spaghetti sauce in a jar, it was ―and is ― the basis for untold volumes of Italian goodness, from tagliatelle a ragù to lasagna to gnocchi to supplì, deep-fried rice balls stuffed with meat sauce whose mere existence is perhaps proof that a higher power actually exists.


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Recipe: Cannoli Cake | Italian Sons and Daughters of America

Jul 26
I found this on the Italian Sons and Daughters of America Facebook post and just had to share it with you!  Don't wait till someone gets married to get your fix of Cannoli Cake!  I cant wait to make it myself!
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Italian-American Food Never Claimed To Be Italian, So You Can Stop Hating On It | HuffPost

Jul 3
Most Americans don’t see a difference between Italian food and Italian-American food, but native Italians sure do. via