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  1. That restaurant sounds incredible. I would love that meal you talked about. How sad it closed. I respect your view on accepting products, too!

  2. Sounds like the perfect vodka sauce. I miss the vodka sauce from one of my old local Italian restaurants in NY and haven’t found the jarred variety that can satisfy that craving. I’ll look out for Lucini’s at WF! :D

  3. Our childhood Italian restaurant is closed now too!!!!! :’( boohoo! *Love* vodka sauce!! I’ll have to try to find Lucini’s!

  4. oh my goodness this is so funny! there is an old, old italian restaurant in westerly, too, with gnocchis with pink vodka sauce. i used to love it when i was little because it was pink :)

    I will definitely keep my eye out for this…! thanks!

  5. What luck with the pasta sauce!

  6. The pasta sauce sounds great…I love vodka sauces.

  7. Yum! Sounds great.
    Sabrina, have you eaten at Siena in Federal Hill? I’m going there tomorrow night and am not sure what to expect. Thanks :)

  8. MelissaNibbles- Siena is my current FAVORITE restaurant in Rhode Island! Emailing you now!

  9. That fig and walnut balsamic sounds fantastic!

    Have fun with the Christmas Shopping! :D

  10. These products sound awesome! I’m such a sucker for gourmet food stuff :-)

    That sucks that your fave restaurant closed down– I hate it when that happens :-(

    Have a great weekend!

  11. Restaurant sounds amazing! I love fig and walnuts together :) Great pairing!!!

  12. I’m writing down Siena’s in my to-try list right now! Sadly, I haven’t been to the Hill much at all in the past year or so. Lucini’s looks great. Have fun with the Christmas cheer!

  13. Scott in New Hampshire

    Bad news! Just as all good things must come to an end, it is all but impossible now to find the Lucini sauces that are made in Italy. Most stores now only have the new Lucini sauces made in the USA. The bottle looks exactly the same, it just doesn’t taste good anymore. You can’t replace real San Marzano tomatos grown in volcanic soil in a mediterranean climate with something different.

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