Except for ordering a cappuccino or a caffellatte after your dinner, nothing is more likely to raise the ire of your Italian waiter than to ask for some grated parmesan to go on your spaghetti alle vongole or pasta al baccala’.
So, as you drive down Interstate 5 munching on your Filet o’ Fish with extra cheese, remember the Italian Food Rule: No Cheese On Fish.
The reasons for the rule are: logic, location, and tradition. But can there be change on the horizon?
Except for salt cod (baccala’), canned tuna, cured sardines and anchovies … Read More