The Sunday Sauce Italian Gravy Cookbook

Sunday Sauce – When Italian Americans Cook is the defineing book on the subject of
the Iconic Italian-American dish Sunday Sauce, a.k.a. GRAVY .. This dish is held dear to the hearts of millions of Italian-Americans all over the country and particularly in the major Italian conclaves of; New York, New Jersey, Boston, New England, Philadelphia, Chicago, Pittsburgh, and other parts. Sunday Sauce as Mr. Bellino Z puts it, is the most Supreme Diah of all, and is not just a dish, but also and event and cherished ritual of this ethnic group known as Italian-American.
Sunday Sauce is a book that goes more indept on the subject of Sunday Sauce then any book ever created. The author has included several recipes with instruction and stories of the Sunday Sauce, a.k.a. Gravy .. The stories are absolutely wonderful and are sure to get any reader all hopped up to make one soon. “One” being a Sunday Sauce Gravy that’s laden with; Sausage, Meatballs, and Braciole according to which recipe you choose. The author says that there are any number of ingredient one can put into their Sunday Sauce Gravy, such as the most popular being; Meatballs, Sausages, and or Braciole, with other ingredients that might include; Veal Shank, Pork Neck, Pork Chops, Chicken, Pic Skin Braciole (Coteca), or as is one othe authors favorites of Pork Spare Ribs in his Bellino Family Sunday Sauce Gravy. Daniel says that not many people put the Spare Ribs into their Gravy, but whenever he makes it and serves the Sauce to his friends, everyone goes “Bananas” for the Ribs and say that they “din’t know you could put Ribs in the Sauce.”
Daniel has recipes for: Clemenza Godfather Sunday Sauce, along with one from martin Scorsese’s Mob Movie Goodfellas, and there’s a recipe for Momma DiMaggio Sunday Garvy (Joe DiMaggio ‘s Mother) and Spaghetti & Meatballs alla Sinatra from Old Blue Eyes Frank Sinatra fame .. Though a central them of the book is the great Italian Dish Sunday Sauce (Gravy), the book is not just about Sunday Gravy, but about Italian-America’s favorite most popular dishes and stories of the kitchen, the Table, and Italian-Americans themselves (the people). This book is quite a treasure, especially if you’re Italian-American yourself or just happen to love great Italian Food or the Italian-American lifestyle. You want be disappointed, in fact, I’m sure you’ll love it. Sunday Sauce the dish, and Sunday Sauce the book and the stories and recipes within, is an absolute Gem by one of America’s greatest Italian-American cookbook authors Daniel Bellino-Zwicke …
Review by Anthony Abruzzo
ALSO by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke