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Gelato Festival America Returns with an ‘All You Can Eat’ L.A. Extravaganza

I Scream, You Scream, We all scream for ...Gelato! Beginning on August 11, 2018 through October 2018, the second edition of Tuscany's Gelato Festival America, will bring Italy's rich heritage of artisan gelato to eight cities (twice as many locations... Continue Reading →

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HFF18 ‘The Meatball Chronicles’, reviewed

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move How To Be Invisible is a recipe that has been handed down from one female generation to the next. And it's the one concoction that Debrianna Mansini just can't seem to adapt, nor... Continue Reading →

Uncle Paulie’s Deli: A Little Bit Of Queens (NY) On Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move There is a singular, defining element about Uncle Paulie’s Deli…it's the aroma. You are met at the door by an intoxication of Italian meats, cold antipasti and bread...the kind of fragrance that evokes... Continue Reading →

One More Plate For National Pasta Month

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move If you've been in the dark about National Pasta Month, the bad news is that well, of course is that it ends October 31st.  However, there's always time to eat more and so... Continue Reading →

National Pasta Month Kicks Off With #PastaLove!

Celebrate your love of pasta with Giovanni Rana, Italy's most loved pasta maker. To celebrate National Pasta Month (October), Columbus Day (Oct 13), National Pasta Day (Oct 17), World Pasta Day (Oct 25) and Mr. Giovanni's Birthday (Oct 15), Italy's renowned pasta... Continue Reading →

Pizza Naturally! LA Food Trends Update

by Tracey Paleo Adding to the ever-growing trends in Italian food, is an idea currently "bubbling up" to the mainstream.   According to Executive Chef Owner, Saverio Posarelli of Café Fiore in Woodland Hills, the newest version of two culinary hotspots in North Hollywood,... Continue Reading →

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