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The final courses to the nutrition scene of their respective states or areas, those books give you the inside of scoop at the most sensible areas to discover, take pleasure in, and rejoice neighborhood culinary choices. Engagingly written via neighborhood professionals, they're a one-stop for citizens and viewers alike to discover manufacturers and purveyors of tasty neighborhood specialties, in addition to a wealthy array of different, crucial food-related details including:
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The original Frank’s is in Jericho. Their motto is “We Ain’t Just Steaks,” and each restaurant lives up to it. The two have to rank among the friendlier, less clubby, and more family-oriented steak houses. The major cuts are here, but the memorable steak is the marinated, tender Romanian. The New York strip attracts you for the flavor of the meat but also the crown of melted stilton and fried onions. The broiled filet mignon benefits from sauce béarnaise; and the meat loaf, from brown gravy and mashed potatoes.
Eggplant elevates penne alla Norma. indd 51 51 3/3/14 1:30 PM olive oil, herbs, and some marinara sauce also is good. Naturally, there’s crunchy fried calamari. Gnocchi are emboldened by a snappy Gorgonzola-laced sauce. The blue cheese also sparks the filet mignon, which is sautéed with peppercorns and set on portobello mushrooms. Sauteed red snapper is finished with lemon, capers, and white wine. The pork chop stuffed with eggplant, mozzarella, prosciutto, and shallots means business. Cannoli, tiramisu, and Italian cheesecake are the apropos desserts.
Row after row of artful pastries and cookies are the lasting image at Marzullo, which merits a special trip just to taste the wonderful St. Joseph’s Day sfingi and zeppole. The sfingi, filled with cannoli cream, are among the best you’ll taste this side of Palermo. Marzullo’s Sicilian sweets are headlined by these holiday treats and fabulous cannoli themselves. You’ll also find a classic pastiera Napoletana, baba au rhum, and even black-and-white cookies. Cream puffs: delightful. The equal of the pastries: biscotti and all kinds of cookies.
Food Lovers' Guide to Long Island: The Best Restaurants, Markets & Local Culinary Offerings by Peter M. Gianotti