Downtown Pasco revitalization and innovation with a twist; a coffee shop in a boutique | Tri-Cities News | nbcrightnow.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted…

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What is now an Italian specialty store with over a dozen locations in New York and New Jersey started as a dream of a Polly-O salesman. Anthony Ajello took his knowledge of ricotta and mozzarella products and his customer’s wants and needs and turned it into a thriving business. In 1966, the very first store…

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Have you ever noticed how many Italian restaurants and pizza places exist as you drive along Danbury Road (Route 202) from New Milford, traveling south through Brookfield on Federal Road? I understand your priorities most likely don’t include counting restaurants for a nine-mile stretch of highway. Hence, it’s my job to make you aware that if…

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Nick Plava, the new owner of Maffia’s Italian Restaurant, stands outside the entrance to the restaurant. TIM NAIL/ The sign may be spelled differently, but the doors are back open at Ma Fia’s Ristorante in Opelika, now going by the name Maffia’s Italian Restaurant and under new management with a new Sicilian-inspired menu after a…

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A guide to getting fancier than fettuccine We’re all familiar with pasta shapes like spaghetti, macaroni and fettuccine. There’s probably at least one of these in your kitchen right now. But are they the right shape for the dish you’re making? Rosario Caputo (Culinary Arts ’05) could tell you. The former co-owner of Cibo Bistro,…

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New York Post may be compensated and/or receive an affiliate commission if you buy through our links. Forget dancing with the stars — have you tried cooking with them? Cookbooks can be a great way to spice things up in the kitchen, especially after a couple years of cooking from home and trying to avoid…

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FXBG Winter Restaurant Week returns this Friday, with a large variety of restaurants ready to tempt your tastebuds. The event runs from Jan. 14-23, giving you plenty of time to revisit favorites and discover new ones. Participating locations include 25-30 Espresso Coffee Roasters, Abner B’s Ice Cream, Adventure Brewing Co., The Alpine Chef, Billiken’s Smokehouse,…

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