St. Joseph's Day in Chicago: An Italian-American tradition

St. Joseph's Day in Chicago: An Italian-American tradition

St. Joseph’s Day Pasta is also called Sawdust Pasta or Carpenter’s Pasta, and a great way to honor St. Joseph, the foster-father of Baby Jesus. Since Joseph was a carpenter by trade, it is fitting to serve a pasta that resembles sawdust — but tastes much better! The bread crumbs are sautéed in butter to...Read More »

St. Joseph's Day Pasta with Buttered Breadcrumbs

St. Joseph’s Day Pasta is also called Sawdust Pasta or Carpenter’s Pasta, and a great way to honor St. Joseph, the foster-father of Baby Jesus. Since Joseph was a carpenter by trade, it is fitting to serve a pasta that resembles sawdust — but tastes much better! The bread crumbs are sautéed in butter to...Read More »

Sfinci di San Giuseppe!  Happy St Joseph's day today (March 19th).  My mom used to make these every year.  They are so freaking  awesome!!  Like little fried Italian donuts!!

Sfinci di San Giuseppe! Happy St Joseph's day today (March 19th). My mom used to make these every year. They are so freaking awesome!! Like little fried Italian donuts!!

CELEBRATING ST JOSEPH'S DAY IN SICILY: IT'S ALSO FATHER'S DAY. The Russo family goes all out for their family and friends.

CELEBRATING ST JOSEPH'S DAY IN SICILY: IT'S ALSO FATHER'S DAY. The Russo family goes all out for their family and friends.

Celebrating St. Joseph's Feast Day (March 19th) the Italian way: with a Joseph's Table

Joseph’s Table

Celebrating St. Joseph's Feast Day (March 19th) the Italian way: with a Joseph's Table

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