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The food industry has not suffered to an extreme extent during the Recession  of 2008 – 2009.  Americans went more often to McDonald’s than casual and fine dining establishments, but elsewhere in the world (and even parts of the US),  people don’t eat some days at all, so we are fortunate.

Pasta with odds and ends in t he sauce comes from an old traditional Neapolitan and Sicilian cuisine history. Ladies of the evening near busy restaurants in the Old Country would be given the pasta sauce left at the end of the day and they ladled it over quick-cooking pastas.  it was fast and delicious.

Read more about this tradition and enjoy two recipes that include pasta – one with orange roughy, I like to use tuna in mine as well. 

Orangy Roughy Puttanesca and Pasta


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