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It is no true that eating pasta makes you "fat"....It is just a myth!!

Here it is a good dish to feed the all family! Lasagna alla Bolognese uses two sauces in its preparation,besciamella, and a meat sauce known as ragù. Ragu Bolognese Style: Bolognese ragù is the signature meat sauce of the region of Emilia Romagna. It is simmered for at least an hour to develop a complex layer of flavors and proper thickness. Cooking the ragù in a heavy duty enamel or similar pot will hold the heat steady and help to give a velvety texture to the ragù. Bolognese ragù is a classic sauce for lasagne and tagliatelle. The sauce also freezes beautifully.
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La Bottega on the Bay: Authentic cusine from Emilia Romagna, Italy

Emilia Romagna is the only region in Italy where Parmigiano Reggiano cheese is produced since it has the exclusive legal title to the name. The birthplace of Verdi and Toscanini, Modena has a reputation for wonderful cherries, pears and peaches and, most importantly, incomparable balsamic vinegar.
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A good reason to eat our bread

The Company Art Focaccia produces authentic Genoese Panini.Their goal is to offer the same extraordinary flavors one would find in a typical Genoese bakery.All of our items are prepared using artisanal recipes made with carefully selected natural ingredients and the passion and dedication of our master bakers.-- Expert Bakers :Our expert bakers have the pride and uncompromising character of Genoese Master Chefs.It takes at least 20 years of experience to become a great practitionerof this tradition and this art is often handed down from father to son for generations.Art Focaccia brings all their artistry and experience to the United States in its modern production facility in Miami.
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How to Serve a Bottle of Red Wine at the Perfect Temperature

We recommend serving red wines at 59 Fahrenheit or 15 Celsius. This can be achieved by opening the wine and putting it into the fridge 15 minute before serving it. Here are three reasons to say cheers to good health Drinking a glass or two of red wine with a meal could decrease a person's chances of having a stroke, heart attack, bowel and aero-digestive cancer as well as other diseases; it might also be good for the brain and quite probably increases longevity, say experts.     Heart health Canadian and US analysts recently reviewed 84 alcohol studies to come to the conclusion that drinking a small amount of alcohol reduces the overall risk of death from cardiovascular causes by 15 to 25 per cent."People that drink a moderate amount of wine regularly, particularly with food, have a 30 per cent reduced risk of heart diseases. Cancer Stockley, a clinical pharmacologist...
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