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2013-10-05 23:03:07

October is National Pasta Month. De Cecco, Italy's Premium Pasta Celebrates 120 Years of Success in the USA with Little Known Pasta Facts Revealed, and Myths Debunked (http://www.dececcousa.com) New York, NY (PRWEB) October 05, 2013 October is National Pasta Month, celebrating one of America’s favorite foods. De Cecco is America's favorite imported Italian pasta, perfect for every table. Leading chefs the world over choose De Cecco because they know the secret to superior pasta...

2010-09-11 07:00:00

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J. Sept. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Fine Italian chefsmanship will walk hand-in-hand down the runway with fine fashion craftsmanship as Lincoln Center transforms into a Bertolli® Sauce Ristorante at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week. Italy will be served tomorrow night in New York and party hosts include designer Zac Posen and chef and author Rocco DiSpirito. Scoring coveted "reservations" to the post-show party are Rashida Jones, Rachel Bilson, Michelle...

2009-07-14 08:00:00

DENVER, July 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Atkins Nutritionals, Inc. ("Atkins(TM)"), with its market-leading, weight-management shakes and snack bars, has introduced two breakthrough new products: a new All Purpose Baking Mix and Penne Pasta that has half the carbs of regular pasta. Both products are perfect for consumers following the Atkins Nutritional Approach or those looking to reduce the refined carbohydrates and sugars in their diets. Starting August 1, products will be available...

2007-01-03 18:00:23

By Gail Ciampa; Journal Food Editor Twenty-seven years later, the passion is still intense. If anything, Johanne Killeen and George Germon may be more committed to advancing the cause of fine cooking than when they opened their ground-breaking restaurant Al Forno 27 years ago. Time spent, not only in the kitchen, but enjoying the cooking of France and Italy, fuels their belief that there's a tangible benefit to a great meal. They've penned their thoughts in a new cookbook, On Top of...

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