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For the curious or soon to travel.
http://www.judithgreenwood.com/think...menu-losteria/



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Giusi wrote:

For the curious or soon to travel.
http://www.judithgreenwood.com/think...menu-losteria/


Nice job, that page. That Osteria must be a very good dining spot.

BTW - they do Amatriciana just as I do, with onions, but don't say it
around: Amatriciana should be without onions, but then it's so sad a
sauce... In Rome they add onion and call it Matriciana, removing the first
"a", I call it as it happens to me: Matriciana, Amatriciana, pasta
pomodoro - pancetta - cipolla... The onion is so perfect in that sauce, that
I can't figure out why people make amatriciana without.
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On May 2, 2:13*am, "Giusi" wrote:
For the curious or soon to travel.http://www.judithgreenwood.com/think...alian-menu-los...


No main dishes? Or do they do one or two specials every day?

I haven't seen the word scamorza in a long time. In Chicago that was
used for various local brands of pizza cheese.
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On May 2, 2:13 am, "Giusi" wrote:
For the curious or soon to
travel.http://www.judithgreenwood.com/think...alian-menu-los...


No main dishes? Or do they do one or two specials every day?

I haven't seen the word scamorza in a long time. In Chicago that was
used for various local brands of pizza cheese.

5-6 specials each day plus the cheeses




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