Died and Gone to Italy

Posted Wednesday, July 21, 2010, at 8:47 AM
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  • I have to agree with you on this one. The pace takes a little getting used to. Much slower so come with your patience intact.

    The food is certainly good. It is totally different from what you will get anywhere else in town. Some may not like it but many will. It grows on you.

    I do hope that Mama gets some good help in the kitchen soon. I would really like to see this one succeed.

    -- Posted by BackHomeAgain on Wed, Jul 21, 2010, at 9:33 AM
  • Sydney Australia

    24/7/2010

    Hi everyone I am mama cousin from Australia my name is Francesco, it's now been exactly one year since I last visit Brazil and saw my family, I knew then what mama was thinking, to have they own family restaurant in Brazil, I was so happy to hear of her dream had come through.

    My cousin she is an excellent chef you must remember one thing cooking is a passion cooking is got to come from your heart and mama has that passion for cooking, I remember when we were little when she used to come with our grandmother to visit us in Caserta already then she used to be involve in the kitchen with my mother and grandmother, as time went on in the mid sixties she began to work in restaurants kitchens and the rest is history.

    I real think the Brazil community is very lucky to have the Original Italian Restaurant there it's like to have Italy in Brazil.

    To my cousin Anna and the family I wish you continuing to bring out the best cooking for many more years to come and perhaps one day we could work together.

    Best wish from you cousin Francesco with love from Australia.

    -- Posted by Francesco on Fri, Jul 23, 2010, at 8:17 PM
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