Dean Martin Roasts Joe Garagiola – Rarely Seen

Dean Martin Roasts Joe Garagiola – Rarely Seen – This is a classic. Dean has all the ball players for Willie Mays to the Mick… what a great bunch of stars. Take a moment….. Great Stuff and very Rare From Wikipedia From You Tube Dominic and Frank forever Celebrating Life, Love and the Italian Experience […]

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Connie Francis – La Chitarra Romana

Connie Francis – La Chitarra Romana – Written by Eldo Di Lazzaro in 1934, is an undisputed classic of the Italian song: the melody was arranged from tango to the romanza (a version that was a workhorse for Luciano Pavarotti). It was sung by Lando Fiorini and Claudio Villa, among others. The “Fornarina” (baker girl) […]

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John Pizzarelli – After You’ve Gone – Spectacular Guitarist….

John Pizzarelli – After You’ve Gone – Spetacular Guitarist – John Paul Pizzarelli, Jr. is an American jazz guitarist, vocalist, songwriter and bandleader. He has had a lengthy career as a recording artist, performing for a variety of labels that include Telarc Records, RCA Records and Chesky Records, among others. He has recorded twenty-three albums of […]

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Eydie Gorme (Edith Garmezzano) – After You’ve Gone – Best Version

Eydie Gorme (Edith Garmezano) – After You’ve Gone – Best Version Gormé was born Edith Gormezano on August 16, 1928, in The Bronx, New York, the daughter of Nessim and Fortuna, Sephardic Jewish immigrants. Her father, a tailor, was from Sicily and her mother was from Turkey. Gormé was a cousin of singer-songwriter Neil Sedaka. […]

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How to make a Philly Cheesesteak.

How to make a Philly Cheesesteak You can’t visit Philadelphia without getting a cheesesteak.  Some people like it with cheese wiz, however we prefer it with Provolone cheese.  Regardless of how you like it, here are great simple directions on how you can make your own Philly Cheesesteak at home regardless of where you live. […]

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Calabria – Calabrisella

Calabrisella – Calabria Calabria known in antiquity as Bruttium or formerly as Italia, is a region in southern Italy, forming the “toe” of the Italian Peninsula. The capital city of Calabria is Catanzaro, while its most populated city and the seat of the Calabrian Regional Council is Reggio. The word Calabrisella refers to a girl […]

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Homemade Pink Lemonade – Laura Vitale

Homemade Pink Lemonade – Laura Vitale This is a great recipe for Pink Lemonade. Interestingly enough my wife and I drink homemade lemonade everyday. None of those chemicals and other unatural ingredidnts. Just Good Stuff ! Have a great week. Relax with a cold lemonade and relax… li’s Summertime!!! Pink lemonade is a rose-tinted beverage […]

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Bobby Rydel – Volare – Perry Como Show 1960

Bobby Rydel – Volare – Perry Como Show 1960 This is a Priceless moment in time. Watch this to the end. Perry welcomes Bobby Rydel for the first time after he sings Volare. It reminds us of a more innocent time and Class performers. We love this video…   From You Tube Dominic and Frank […]

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Kale, Apple and Walnut Salad – Italian Cook Laura Vitale

Kale, Apple and Walnut Salad – Italian Cook Laura Vitale We hope you enjoy Laura creating this salad including Apples, Walnuts and Kale. Great for our health and very tasty to boot. Kale is very high in beta carotene, vitamin K, and vitamin C, and is rich incalcium. Kale is a source of two carotenoids, […]

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Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got the World on a String – Rare

Frank Sinatra – I’ve Got the World on a String – Rare “I’ve Got The World on a String” is a 1932 popular song composed by Harold Arlen, with lyrics written by Ted Koehler. It was written for the 1932 Cotton Club Parade and originally released in 1953 as one of Frank Sinatra’s singles under Capitol Records. The […]

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