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    SUNDAY SAUCE

     
    SUNDAY SAUCE - When Italian-Americans Cook ..
    New York City based Italian Cookbook Author Daniel Bellino-Zwicke 's gets a New Cover for His Popular Book Sunday Sauce / When Italian-Americans Cook ... The cover features Clemenza a fictitious caharacter in Francis Ford Coppola 's THE GODFATHER, along with son of The Corleone Crime Family's Boss "Don Vito Corleone" Michael Corleone ... Pete Clemenza, the Corleone Caporegime is played wonderfully by Italian-American native of New Jersey, one Richard Castellano, while Michael Corleone is played by the great Italian-American Actor AL PACINO of The Bronx, New York .. Don Vito Carleone is played by none other thean the great Marlon Brando (not of Italian ancestry). Anyway, Daniel's book SUNDAY SAUCE has included the recipe for Clemenza 's Famous Mob War Saunday Sauce from the Godfather ... The book (SUNDAY SAUCE) also includes recipes for; Goodfellas Prison Sauce, Sunday Sauce Gravy alla DiMaggio. As in Joltin Joe DiMaggio, and SPAGHETTI & MEATBALLS SINATRA STYLE ... The book is filled with many tasty recipes (Italian-American Favorite Dishes) as well as many wonderful stories as only Daniel can tell. It's a wonderful book and it's available inPaperback & Kindle on Amazon.com at
    http://www.amazon.com/SUNDAY-SAUCE-When-Italian-Americans-Cook-ebook/dp/B00I5D4CUS

    Recipes: SUNDSY SAUCE "Some Call It GRAVY" SPAGHETTI MEATBALLS, SAUSAGE & PEPPERS,Pasta Carbonara,ITALIAN AMERICAN COOKING,BATALI,THE GODFATHER,NEW YORK,GRAVY,

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