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We want you to know the staff working behind-the-scenes here at the National Italian American Foundation (NIAF), so we are taking the opportunity to introduce you to one of our staff members! This week, we introduce you to Julia Streisfeld, … Continue reading
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A Summer of Pesto
By Danielle DeSimone For me, summer means pesto. It’s usually our go-to, last-minute dish. It’s the “There’s-Nothing-In-the-Fridge-But-People-Are-Coming-Over-In-Ten-Minutes” dinner that is thrown together in a flurry of crushed garlic, clanging pots, and the hiss of boiling water. Now that I no … Continue reading
Posted in Blog, Culture, History, Italian, Italian American, Italy, NIAF, Travel, Un Minuto con Tagged Basil, Cooking, Famiglia, Family, Italian, Italian American, Italian cuisine, Italian culture, Italian Family, National Italian American Foundation, NIAF, Pasta, Pesto, Summer, Tradition 1 Comment