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Sunday Dinner Feast: A Warm Up For Thanksgiving

The Queen and I just love dinner parties. I love the cooking practice and she loves the company of friends, and especially the company of their little ones crawling around the kitchen island, fighting with giant Red Elmo dolls, or just seeing the gangs of little cuties , come up to the table and point at pieces of Manchego and sharp provolone Auricchio cheese.

Sunday Dinner

Parmigiano Panelle with two dipping sauces
Roasted garlic Masrapone dipping sauce
Gorgonzola Cream Dipping Sauce

Bucatini with "3 Tomato " Tomato sauce

Angus Beef Skewers in Marsala Coriander Sauce
Roasted Butternut Squash and Potato Mash with Smoke Bacon Lardoons
Baby Argula and Belgian Endive in Lambrusco Apricot Vinaigrette

Assorted pastries, including the famous Neri's mini cannoli

Angus Beef Skewers in Marsala Coriander Sauce

And now on to Thanksgiving

Nodines Smoke House


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