Breakfast » Pizza Gana
Hand-made dough (rolled with a home-made rolling pin!) is filled with the unmistakable tastes of Italian cheeses and meats. The entertaining duo of Carla and Christine Pallotta of nebo restaurant in Boston's North End, share this traditional Easter dish that's one of their cherished family recipes.
Posted Monday, April 9, 2012, at 3:33 pm by Butch:I made this recipe for Easter. Thanks ladies, it came out perfect. Everyone loved it. As a kid who grew up in Eastie, Pizza gaina was a staple at Easter. Havent had it in years due to family members dying and all. Thanks again. Oh by the way I have cousins who are sisters and their names are Carla and Christine.
Posted Wednesday, May 11, 2011, at 5:49 am by Boston Italian now in Palm Springs, CA:I grew up in East Boston and the North End and still have a LOT of family there and GREAT memories. I really miss REAL Italian food (can't get it here, I live in Palm Springs, CA) and try to hit "good" Italian retaurants when visiting Family in Boston; nebo is now on my list. As an Italian from Boston, Pizzgiana was always a treat every year unfortunately my mother's receipe died with her 25 years ago. This is the first time that I have found anything close; KUDO's!! I'm hoping that you are willing to share a good meat sauce, eggplant parm and Parmaginia (not sure of spelling, it's an Italian pastry cut into squares with a flakey crust, rum cake layers and chocolate and vanilla pudding layers) receipes. Also, any good Italian bread receipes? I am now your biggest fan! Thanks! PS: Really glad I found you -- Dennis Mario, my mother was a D'Agostino
Posted Sunday, April 12, 2009, at 3:35 am by DMV:Carla & Christine are great! I love the rolling pin. I hope they do more videos. They are a lot of fun and play off each other really well.
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