Are the sauces you sell in stores
Yes, all our sauces are 100-% gluten free & no
What your favorite kitchen
old, sharp French knife given to
me by my Mother-in-law and
What does your family like you to make for them?
They love my 'Sunday
Sauce.' I make simple meals for them, perhaps topping the
sauce on top of pasta or eggplant for a casual family dish.
especially loves Frittatas made with Mediterranean herbs and
asparagus or any other vegetables
I have in the house.
What products can't you live without?
No doubt, it's Extra Virgin
Olive Oil and fresh tomatoes.
a Chef, what is your biggest
Pet Peeve when dining out?
the food sometimes in not real Mediterranean, and that the
legacy of my homeland may not
be kept alive. The Chef may have learned from someone who
was not from that area and therefore the dish is nothing
like what I grew up with in
Italy. Example: The names and combinations have meanings.
If you order 'Amatriciana' ' it's a sauce from the Lazio
region (which Rome is part of), a specialty from
which should be served with Bucatini pasta made to hold
the sauce in the center opening (like a long tube), giving
you a mouthful of sauce with every bite of the pasta. The
flavor, texture and story
should all come together.