CHARLIE SCORSESE MAKING SAUCE in GOODFELLAS
BIG PAULIE Slices Garlic for the SAUCE
Paul Sorvino in GOODFELLAS
Making SUNDAY SAUCE alla PRIGIONE
CLEMENZA Shows MICHAEL How to Make SAUCE
for 20 GUYS SOMEDAY !!!!
“Come here Michael, let me show you something. You never know when you’re gonna have to cook for 20 guys someday.”
“First you put in Olive Oil and Garlic and fry it up. Then in go your Tomatoes, then you shove in your SAUSAGE & MEATBALLS, pour in some Wine, a little sugar, and that’s my trick.”
by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
Sunday Sauce by Sicilian-American author Daniel Bellino-Zwicke from Greenwich Village New York is our number one pick for thee # 1 greatest book on the monumental subject of Sunday Sauce, the greatest most Supreme dish in all of Italian-America. As Daniel explains, it’s not just a dish, it’s a ritual an complete and all encompassing ritualistic experience, both making and eating this dish called Sunday Sauce, aka GRAVY … Yes some call it Gravy as the awesome Steve Martorano of South Philly states on the cover of his book titled ;
IT AIN’T SAUCE – IT’S GRAVY !
OK Steve, we know you’re passionate about that, as are millions of Italian-Americans all across America, some call it Sauce and some call it Gravy, this is a great debate, but no matter what you call it depending if you’re in New York, New Jersey, Boston, New Orleans, Brooklyn, or where ever, the dish is still the same, it’s delicious no matter what you call it, and it does the same thing, it brings friends and family together around the table to eat this fabulous dish called Sunday Sauce (Gravy), and that’s all that matters.
# 2 on OUR LIST
IT AINT SAUCE – IT’S GRAVY
by STEVE MARTORANO
Steve Martorano from South Philly is a force of nature. His restaurant and Meatballs are now famous all over the World. Steve like Daniel has a wonderful style and passion for the thing he loves so much, the Italian-American Table, the food and the people. Steve’s passion comes through in his book which is filled with great recipes and animated stories of South Philly and the Food of Italian-America as well as his experiences both ups and downs in the restaurant business where he has become the undisputed Champ as The King of Meatballs. It Ain’t Sauce It’s Gravy is a great read and must have for anyone who loves Italian Food, both cooking and eating it. Yo Cuz, Nuff Said.