• Italian-American Cuisine

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Italian-American cuisine is a style of Italian cuisine adapted throughout the United States of America. Italian-American food has been shaped throughout history by various waves of immigrants and their descendants, called Italian Americans. As immigrants from the different regions of Italy settled throughout the various regions of the United States, many brought with them a distinct regional Italian culinary tradition. Many of these foods and recipes developed into new favorites for the townspeople and later for Americans nationwide.

Prominent American chefs and cooks working in the Italian-American tradition include: Giada De Laurentiis, Mario Batali, Michael Chiarello, Frank Pellegrino, Rocco DiSpirito, Tom Colicchio, and Lidia Bastianich.

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Italian Sausage

(0 ) Salsiccia (American) (Italian-American)

In the United States, Italian sausage most often refers to a style of pork sausage noted for being seasoned with ...

(0 ) (Italian-American)

New York-style pizza is characterized by large hand-tossed thin-crust pies, often sold in wide slices to-go. Distinguished by being light ...

Utica Greens

(0 ) (Italian-American)

Utica greens is an Italian American dish made of hot peppers, sauteed greens, chicken stock or broth, escarole, cheese, pecorino, ...

Chicken Riggies

(0 ) Utica Riggies (Italian-American)

An Italian-American pasta dish native to the Utica-Rome area of New York State. It is a pasta-based dish usually consisting ...

Marinara Sauce

(0 ) (Italian) (Italian-American)

Marinara sauce is an Italian tomato sauce that originated in Naples, usually made with tomatoes, garlic, herbs, and onions. Its ...

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