With recipes on reminiscence, this memoir recreates the actuality of cooking, and the genial dining that characterized a notable Neapolitan restaurant called Villa Joe's, a Coney Islandmark founded by the author's parents some sixty-odd years ago, and operating till buldozed by urban renewal. Subtance of this book is a trove of charming anecdotes, with a sampling of recipes.
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August 27, 2001
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