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In Search of Gluten-free Goodies? Head for FORM!

  
Whether dietary necessity (Celiacs/Chrons/other) or just trying to cut back for your own personal health goals; there is no doubt that Gluten-free has gone mainstream as a way to live.  With this in mind FORM  has been offering Fra-Li gluten-free Ziti for sometime now. 
“We know have one of the European leaders in gluten-free/organic foods.  We will bring in a small taste of items for your everyday needs; some Pastas and a Bread/Pizza dough mix that requires only water and your herbs/spices and organic EVOO to create delectable breads and/or pizzas,” say the folks at FORM.
  
  
  Click here to see our Gluten-Free offerings and others that are available
   
Please call CLAUDE with any questions
236-7642

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Leoci’s is OPEN! — Finally

Chef Roberto was all smiles Monday afternoon. After a protracted period of delays his kitchen, with its imported wood burning oven, was open. The black and white motif of the tables were set off nicely by the hand made brocade banquette seating.  We ordered the Antipasti Leoci’s — assorted cold cuts and cheeses, grilled vegetables and oven roasted olives. The surprise — it comes slightly heated, which really brought out the flavor of the Italian salami, prosciutto and mortadella.  Then a pasta course, capellini with aglio olio, and a pizza Margherita — all of which will give us another dinner tomorrow night, and probably  lunch. Everything delicioso!  More details soon. This place is a winner!

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Leoci’s Trattoria to Open Soon!

“It’s going to be a casual,  affordable neighborhood cafe,”  says owner,  Chef Roberto Leoci, who with his wife,  is currently hard at work renovating the little restaurant at 606 Abercorn.   There will be a spacious outdoor deck along one side and around the back, plus they hope eventually to have a bocce court.  The menu will be Italian,  primarily pizza, pasta and panini. However, when we mentioned our passion for veal, the chef said he might add a nice veal scaloppini to the mix.  Leoci already has his beer and wine license approved, so that obstacle course is over. He hopes to be open in just a few weeks, though we suspect the extensive renovations may take a bit longer than that.  Buon appetito!

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