When we say this comforting meal—including mozzarella in carrozza; Sunday ragù; fresh egg fettuccine; minted green salad; oranges in red wine; sweet ricotta pastries; and almond, chocolate, and pistachio spumoni—revolves around family, we really mean it. One of our food editors learned these classic dishes from her Italian grandmother.
When the food of New Orleans’ Sicilian immigrants merged with the city’s French-Creole cuisine, it became what residents refer to as Creole-Italian. And like everything else in this town, it’s a singular sensation.
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