Purists might argue that many Italian restaurateurs in the U.S. have sacrificed authenticity on the altar of popularity. [more...]
While the National Restaurant Association reports that it remains firmly entrenched as our favorite ethnic cuisine, what we think of as Italian food was actually born here, when Southern Italian immigrants married flavors from the old country with ingredients from the new.
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