Here we are ready to begin April and while we have already been busy celebrating the arrival of Spring on March 21st, we also celebrated the Feast Days of St. Patrick and St. Joseph with much preparation of foods and rituals and now many of us are getting ready to celebrate the moveable feast of [...]
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Happy Hanukkah Dear Friends and Loyal Customers who are celebrating during this festival. Thinking of you during this season of miracles and wishing you and those you hold dear peace and Light and a meaningful Hanukkah. Happy Hanukkah Charlie, Anita, Andrea, The Entire Augello Family The E.48th Street Market Staff Pray for Our [...]
THE FEAST OF SAN GENNARO Cannoli, Sausage and Peppers Hero, Zeppolas…Mangia Bene If you are fortunate enough to be in NYC any time between September 16th and the 21st, you must make a special pilgrimage to Little Italy, which has become sadly extremely little over the years. I have fond memories of going to Little [...]
Bresaola and Fig Salad 8-10 Scallions 5 Ripe Figs 6 Slices Bresaola - Sliced Thin 2-3 Tbsp Extra Virgin Olive Oil Sprinkle of Lemon Juice Salt and Pepper - To Taste Freshly Grated Cheese - Your favorite Trim the scallions and blanch for a few minutes in a pot of boiling water. Blot dry. Cut [...]
Labor Day is celebrated here in the United States on the first Monday in September. The original intent of the Labor Day holiday was to provide a day that would give honor to the social and economics achievements of the American worker. It was a way to celebrate the essential role workers have made to [...]
Fig Preserves When August rolls around it’s a game of survival of the fittest - our family against the squirrels. We have several fig trees in our back yard, and we wait patiently for days for the figs to ripen. Then we have to get out to the fig trees early in the morning to [...]
Ferragosto is a typically Italian holiday, that isn’t celebrated anywhere else in the world. While the 15th of August is honored in Catholic countries as the day of Mary’s Ascension to Heaven, Ferragosto in Italy doesn’t have only a religious meaning, but a historical and socio-cultural one, too. It is, for us, the symbol of [...]
Easter in Italy With the virus still playing havoc in Italy it is difficult to know just what to expect this Easter holiday but to be sure Italians will find a way to celebrate this sacred holiday. But if you ever happen to be in Italy for Easter, you won't see the famous bunny or [...]
Hero Sandwiches: #5 Eggplant Parm #16 Peppers, Onions & Egg #19 Italian Tuna #20 Mozzarella, Tomato & Basil #23 Grilled Portobello, Mozzarella, Roasted Peppers & Basil #25 Tuna Salad *Grilled Veggie & Mozzarella *Eggplant Burger on Muffaletta Roll, ith Marinara & Cheese Salads * Tuna Delight * Mozzarella Caprese * Grilled Veggie * Mozzarella con [...]
YIELD Serves 8–10 INGREDIENTS · 1/2 cup chopped dried apricots · 1/2 cup dried or candied pineapple · 1/2 cup golden raisins · 1/2 cup plus 2 tablespoons gold rum, divided – or liqueur of your choice (I like to use Gran Marnier or Amaretto) · 3 tablespoons plus 3 cups all-purpose flour, plus more [...]