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Saturday, March 27, 2010

Getting on your Italian eats

You can bake this sausage at 350 for 1 hour with onions and peppers for a yummy dinner.

hot Italian dry salami - good for snacking or a light dinner

Today after hitting the casino with my aunt - without luck - at least in the gambling department...we went to DeFalco's deli on Scottsdale Road. Picked up some hot and sweet Italian sausage and also a small hard salami the owner tells me is from Molinari's (in New York?) so it should be really good.

I'm going to slice the salami really thin tonight and eat it on this multi grain cracker bread I found at Trader Joe's - I think it's called On auk mor and it's a middle eastern thing. Maybe I will eat it with a bell pepper so my system thinks it's getting something healthy.

There is a rumor that the sausage at DeFalco's comes from my great-grandmother's recipe via a third party but this has not been confirmed.

Get yourself to DeFalco's now. NOW! They also make sandwiches (Italian, of course) to order and have hot dinners like lasagna and spaghetti and meatballs. If you're on the go and don't have time to cook, I highly recommend the dinner option at DeFalco's. Sandwiches are good for picnics. Mmmmm. Be still my heart.

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