Most Italian-Americans are familiar with Columbus Day and the Feast of San Gennaro. Let’s rejoice because there is another reason to celebrate being Italian this summer. On August 15th celebrate Ferragosto, the Italian harvest with Barone Fini , I Trulli Enoteca e Ristorante, and the Food Bank for New York City. They are partnering  to bring you a specially-curated menu paired with the finest Barone Fini wines.

The menu will feature choices such as, wagyu flatiron steak, Chicken Milanese, and local black bass. Also guests will enjoy Frutti Di Mare with the pasta made fresh by owner Nicola Marzovilla’s mother, Dora. As well as antipasti and an incredible Panna Cotta for dessert.

For every glass of Barone Fini wine that’s poured, 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Food Bank for New York City. The four course menu will be $58, plus $10 per glass of Barone Fini wine. Stop by and celebrate as an Italian would with good food and wine for a great cause!

For more information on the Food Bank for New York City visit: http://www.foodbanknyc.org/
For more information in Barone Fini wines visit: http://www.deutschfamily.com/the-deutsch-family-our-brands/barone-fini-facts/
For more information on I Trulli visit: http://www.itrulli.com/




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Get ready to dish it up! My name is Dina Deleasa-Gonsar and I am so happy to have you join me in my little kitchen of big dreams. You may have seen me appear alongside my family on the E! Networks “Married to Jonas.” As seen during the show food is synonymous with family and life events. I have grown up with Sunday dinner being treated like a weekly holiday. Family dinner is serious business and perhaps a lost art. My formal training comes first and foremost from my mom and grandmother. Along the way I have picked up techniques from various cooking classes from the Institute of Culinary Education and the Ninety Acres Culinary Center. I hope to continue to inspire home cooks to venture out and create meals that are the centerpieces for family time and traditions. I can put on some heels and hit up a 5-star restaurant then, chase down a food truck. Join me as I try to land somewhere between Martha Stewart and my mom in my home cooking and entertaining adventures. If you can dish it, you best believe I can eat it!