Childhood Memories: Sauces of Sicily

Salmoriglio sauce. The sauce is typically a whirl of lemon juice, olive oil, garlic and parsley, although the ingredients can vary by village in Sicily

My maternal grandparents were born on the shores of Sicily in the little village of Santo Stefano di Camastra, a sleepy place with stunning views sweeping north across the turquoise blue sea.  They braved the ocean voyage to travel to America to escape a life of poverty and brought with them stories that I cherish still to this day.   ...

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