Tuesday Is Just the Beginning

Today is Tuesday and Tuesday plays by its own rules. The office is quiet, with coworkers in a daze, shuffling around the office, lamenting the fact that it is truly, Tuesday. Tuesday gets a bad rap because of its position … Continued

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The Healthy Advantage

Living on the beautiful West Coast can be a shock to someone from the middle of this great country. It seems that sometimes we are inundated by “healthy” food options. Seemingly inedible greens, that most of us have used weed … Continued

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The Wilds of La Jolla

At Catania we are a progressive Italian restaurant with options catering to all tastes and diets. Today however, we are talking about meat, and not just any meat: Red meat. Red meat has been vilified to the point where some … Continued

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Renaissance Roots

It is summer and if Memorial Day is the unofficial start to summer, the Fourth of July is when it starts to get too hot. We can count ourselves lucky, however, that our founding fathers decided to declare independence during … Continued

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Live Like Larry

Last time, we met cousin Larry. Cousin Larry is now living in Marsala on the coast of Sicily, he opened a yoga studio and married a girl from China. I guess it is strange how life changes for some people, … Continued

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That One Cousin…

Graduation is over. All of the young future leaders have crossed the stage and turned their tassels to the left. It is a parents greatest dream to see their little one graduate, preparing to go out into the world and … Continued

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Swimming With the Fishes

When someone mentions Italian food it is the tendency to think of an shapeless bowl of pasta covered in a blood-red pasta sauce; maybe a few meatballs or sausage swimming in said sauce. Maybe a square of lasagna is your … Continued

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The Great Pasta Journey

What is it about Italian food that everyone loves? Is it the complex seasonings, the fantastic ingredients, something intangible like the history of the food?   Food has history?   Of course it does, but not the kind one would … Continued

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Lunch is Served

The clock almost seems to be going backwards. The Friday before a long weekend is clicking itself away slower every minute. You shake the cobwebs from your brain and attempt to discern the time; the clock is fuzzy and you … Continued

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