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Heirloom White Runner Beans and Escarole this week @JaynesGastropub

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Above: Heirloom White Runner Beans and Escarole are just one of the specials this week @JaynesGastropub.

Soup of Heirloom White Runner Beans with pancetta, escarole, freshly shaved aged Parmesan and fruity extra-virgin olive oil $8.50

Blue Crab Cakes with sweet white corn and lemon aioli, served with a celery slaw tossed in a whole-grain mustard vinaigrette $11.50

Return of the Abruzzese shepherd’s dish, Bucatini all’Amatriciana, hollow spaghetti with pancetta, Italian cherry tomatoes, rosemary, sweet onion, and freshly grated aged Parmesan $16.50

We hope to see you soon!

xo jayne and jon

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  1. Interesting to see reference to the Abruzzese origins of bucatini all’amatriciana, a dish which today is thoroughly associated with Rome. The town of Amatrice was indeed once part of Abruzzo Citra, and didn’t become part of Lazio until the founding of the Rieti province in 1923. However, the popularity of the dish is 100% Roman, as is the proliferation of bucatini as this sugo’s pasta of choice. No coincidence it is the favorite food of Alessandro Nesta, Romano DOC.

    July 14, 2010

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