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National Day - And Is A Better Choice Than Or
National Chicken Wing Day and National Lasagna Day. Why make a choice when you don't have to. Celebrate both. Originally called "buffalo wings", this day was proclaimed National Chicken Wing Day in 1977 by the city of Buffalo, NY. We've already discussed favorite recipes and such so all that is left is to enjoy them. Unless of course you feel like sharing your favorite recipe (again) or where you get your favorite wings.
Being raised in same house as my immigrant Italian grandmother, lasagna holds a special place in my heart (and my palate). Big family dinners where the men would eat themselves into short term comas are still memorable. She could do some serious cooking. What is your favorite Italian dish? Do you have a favorite Italian restaurant?
If you ever find yourself stuck near the Gainesville/Ocala area, try Antonio's. A wonderful chef, an immigrant from Italy, who will come out from the kitchen and speak with you and cooks food remarkably like my grand mother's. Fortunately I live about a 5 minute drive from his restaurant.