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Gourmet Oil and Vinegar

Gourmet Oil and Vinegar

Archive for the Category 'Italian Restaurant'

Recipe from Scaldoni’s Restaurant, Italian Restaurant in St. George Utah

Saturday, September 30th, 2006

Visit Scaldoni’s Restaurant.

Fine Italian Restaurant Located in St. George Utah

Recipe from Executive Chef, Johnny DeVivo

Gourmet Green olives and roasted Pepper sauce


  • 7- green olives slivered
  • Sprinkle of cracked peppercorns
  • 1- Roasted red peppers diced ¼ inc
  • 4- Garlic Cloves confit sliced ¼ inc
  • 8- Chives finely sliced
  • 3- Sprigs Tarragon Picked
  • 2- Tablespoons Balsamic reduction Sea salt
  • Olive oil


To make Balsamic Reduction- Use two cups Balsamic vinegar & reduce by half or until syrup consistencyGarlic Confit- Slice four cloves of garlic ¼ inch thick & submerge in olive oil (just until covered), place on the stove over low heat until oil begins to slowly come to a boil & place the oil & the pot in the refrigerator until cool

Roasted Red Pepper- Coat the pepper in olive oil & place on a hot grill until all sides are black, place the pepper in a paper bag for five minutes and then remove the skin & discard the seeds

To Finish, place all the ingredients in a medium bowl & whisk together. Add sea salt. Place sauce over cooked product & finish with chives (use the garlic oil for the sauce)

This dish goes well with grilled pork, roasted halibut, or grilled chicken

Scaldoni’s Restaurant, roasted pepper sauce recipe, olive oil recipe


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Orlando’s in Lubbuck, Italian Food

Thursday, July 20th, 2006

Italian Food in Lubbuck, erving West Texas the best authentic Italian food since October 1965. Recipe Southern Italian dishes are the heart of Orlando’s menu. But vegetarian selections, including Avocado-Rice Enchiladas and rice topped pizzas

Orlandos has their own gourmet Pesto Sauce, ORLANDO’S BASIL PESTO SAUCE. Orlando’s Basil Pesto Sauce is an original recipe developed six years ago in the kitchen of Lubbock’s favorite Italian …The following Pasta Packs are only available on Take-Out and Delivery orders.

Pasta Packs Include Antipasto-Style Salad, Salad Dressing, Garlic Bread, Plates & Menu Kits If Desired


Specialty take-outs include:

Spaghetti packs
spaghetti pack feeds 4
mini-spaghetti pack feeds 2

Lasagne packs
lasagne pack feeds 4
mini-lasagne pack feeds 2

Chicken spaghetti packs
chicken spaghetti pack feeds 4
mini-chicken spaghetti pack feeds 2

The Warm Fuzzies Story – Back of Menu 1978

On the back of the Orlando’s menu printed between 1978 through 1980 is the ‘Warm Fuzzies Story. People used to ask for copies of the menu so they could have the story to take home. Claude’s name was mispelled as “Caude M. Steiner, Ph.D.”

Orlando’s, Italian Food, Italian Restaurant


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Campanello’s Italian Restaurant, Cincinnati

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006

Campanello’s Italian Restaurant is considered the most popular Italian restaurant in Cincinnati Ohio. A local landmark, Campanello’s is well known in the Tri-state area for it’s gourmet cuisine of homemade lasagna and imported pastas.

In 1906, Joseph Campanello came to Cincinnati from Bari, Italy. He made his home in the building which the restaurant is in today. He ran a small Italian import deli out of the downstairs of the house. In 1922, in this same house, his wife gave birth to Daniel “Danny” Campanello. In the late 1960’s, Danny opened a restaurant using the same old family recipes that his mother and father brought with them from Italy many decades before.

Some of the most popular menu items are:

EntreesVeal Marsala Sautéed with mushrooms in Marsala wine, butter and herbs
Chicken Cacciatore
Fresh Eggplant with Marinara Sauce
Shrimp Scampi
Pasta Fettuccini with Clam Sauce with white sauce
Mostaccioli and Italian Sausage
Ravioli a la Donnato
Spaghetti Carbonara a la Jeroma

Italian Restaurant, Italian food, Italian recipes


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Ralph’s Italian Restaurant, in Philadelphia PA

Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

Ralph’s Italian Restaurant in Philly, has become a celebrity eating destination for decades. Legend has it that President Theodore Roosevelt was a Ralph’s Restaurant customer back at the turn of the century. President Roosevelt may have been the first celebrity to grace the restaurant, but he certainly wasn’t the last. Guest include the likes of Frank Sinatra to Dom DeLuise.

Ralph’s family owned and operated restaurant has been in business since 1900. Over four generations the same family has owned and operated this Philadelphia restaurant. One hundred years later, they still work as hard as Francesco Dispigno and his son Ralph to maintain the tradition that has been built for almost a century. According to the Dispigno family they are the oldest family owned Italian restaurant in the country. Every Italian food dish is made to order with the fresh ingredients from recipes that have been passed down from one generation to another.

Ralph’s won three awards at the Atlantic City Gourmet Cooking and Food Show. Other accolades include 100 years and 100 recipes Jimmy Rubino, Jr. has appeared on CN8’s “Lets Cook with Paul Dillon” as well as on QVC on the “Jammin in the Kitchen With Steve Bryant”.

Italian Restaurant, Italian cooking, Italian recipes

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NY City’s famous Italian restaurant

Tuesday, June 13th, 2006

NY City’s famous authentic Italian restaurant, in the theater district.

Featured in New York is Patsy’s Italian Restaurant. A family owned, landmark Italian restaurant where authentic Neapolitan cuisine has been prepared since 1944. Patsy’s was founded in 1944 by Pasquale “Patsy” Scognamillo, Patsy’s Italian Restaurant has been in its current and only theater district location. Patsy’s Italian Restaurant serves authentic Italian food recipes such as Patsy’s Pizzaiola Sauce CHICKEN PIZZAIOLA. With rigatoni pasta, whole boneless and skinless chicken breasts, halved; 1/4 cup flour.New York Italian food restaurant Patsy’s, features Patsy’s Vodka Sauce PORK SCALOPPINE ALLA VODKA. 10 ounces fresh mushrooms, sliced; 1 pound boneless center-cut pork loin, cut into slices just over 1/4 inch thick.Try Patsy’s oil and vinegar bread dipping sauce while you are there.

Italian NY Restaurant, Italian food, Italian gifts

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