O is for Old-School Italian

Feb 10, 2016 771

by Dan Curd

No other country has had a greater impact on American taste than Italy. Even though in recent years we've been bombarded by globalization and multiculturalism, the Italian brand remains strong. Currently, modern Italian cooking is in fashion, spawning restaurants like Lombardino's, Cento and Osteria Papavero.

Yet for many, eating Italian still means pasta and red sauce. We have adopted dishes like pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, and lasagna as our own and they have evolved into uniquely American classics. Italian immigrants were the first to shake up dining habits in Madison.

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