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Shut Up and Mangia!, Issue #167 - Scallops with Garlic and Tomatoes
August 04, 2014

"Nothing would be more tiresome than eating and drinking if God had not made them a pleasure as well as a necessity." ~ Voltaire

Delicious bay scallops made with a garlic Parmesan sauce and covered with chopped tomatoes. Enjoy! Mangia Italiano!

Scallops with Garlic and Tomatoes

What would a singer be without his voice? What would an artist be without his paints? What would Italian food be without garlic? A world without garlic is like a day without sunshine. The trees just wouldn’t grow and the flowers wouldn’t bloom.

I couldn’t image making an Italian dish without garlic. Garlic is an essential ingredient that should never be avoided. I usually dab a little behind my ears before cooking, it seems to ....... Read More

Eat Like An Italian

Very proud to announce my new paperback "Eat Like an Italian" will be released around mid September. This book will contain most of our old favorites plus many new recipes. Official release will be announced through our newsletterm "Shut Up and Mangia", and our Facebook page. Again thank you for your support. Without you we would not exist.

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Take Care,

Phillip J. Speciale

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