A restaurant in Staten Island is using a rotating staff of eight Italian-born grandmothers to provide diners with a revolving menu representing Italy’s various regional cuisines. New York Daily News reports the women have “no problem cooking restaurant-style after years of feeding big families,” and having grown tired of, “their husbands nitpicking over their specialties, they jumped at the chance to slave over a hot stove for grateful diners at the St. George eatery.”
For more information on owner Joe Scaravella’s amusing restaurant venture, you can read the article “Home Italian cooking with grandmas in the kitchen of S.I. joint” on the daily news website.
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