Pasta on Sunday is a tradition enjoyed by Italians around the world. Family and friends gather together to share their traditional or try new ones. In order to preserve this unifying and magical tradition, The Garrubbo Guide is proud to publish our weekly features Sunday Pasta® recipe. In addition to the authentic pasta recipe, we provide historical background and our accompanying wine recommendation. Buon Appetito!
Getting ready for Christmas? Consider this. Who needs stocking stuffers when you have these delicious little stuffers? This holiday season, forget the chotchkies and spend your time and money stuffing ricotta into pasta shells. I... Read More »
In a show of solidarity for the New York doctor who was quarantined for Ebola, I put myself in a trial self-quarantine this weekend. I suppose I could have done as he did -- returned from West Africa with a fever and then taken... Read More »
So herein lies the difference between Italy and America: Paul Bunyan. In America, Paul Bunyan is the fabled lumberjack of yore. He and his blue ox weathered many a severe winter and fearsome critter, but he still managed to cut... Read More »
Legend has it that this dish was originally made in Rome for Pope Pius XII, and thus named for his little "papalina" (skullcap). Nothing against Pius, but this little papalina is for Francis. Why? Well, these days he seems to... Read More »