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We appreciate you sharing our story and printing our cookbook! We want to support a local Cleveland company, and we would highly recommend your services! Thank you Michael! If you are starting your own business, or are running an existing business, and need help with marketing, design, logos, typesetting, and more, please visit Foote Printing.


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In an Apostolic Letter, Pope Francis declared from December 8, 2020 to December 8, 2021 the Year of St. Joseph! Because of that, this March 19 is even more special! March 19 is known to many as St. Joseph’s Day. Many Italians celebrate it creating their own St. Joseph’s alter (or table) filled with food for family and friends to join their festivities. Don’t worry, you don’t need to do that if it’s your first time celebrating the Italian culture! This year, make Mamacita’s San Giuseppe Pasta from our cookbook Don’t Cut the Basil: Five Generations of Authentic Italian Recipes. FUN FACT: March 19 is Nonna Josie’s birthday!



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Americans created so many traditions around St. Patty’s day – Everything from parades, to kegs & eggs, to wearing green, and celebrating like the Irish! But did you know St. Patrick was Italian? While St. Patrick was born in the British Isles, it is believed that his parents were of Roman ancestry. He was kidnapped as a child and brought to Ireland. After escaping and returning to his family, he felt a calling to return to Ireland. St. Patrick is known as the patron saint of Ireland because of his missionary work there, and many believe he introduced Christianity to the area. It is believed that St. Patrick passed on March 17, the day we celebrate his great legacy!




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