Back finally, one of the most important items about Italian-American food prepartion is how we have recreated the old dishes. I love this dish. I do not always like to have my pasta with tomato sauce all the time. I love this because it is a dish dedicated to St. Joseph. The Sicilians who created this dish to honor St. Joseph who is the patron saint of the people and the island. St. Joseph’s Day is a big Feast for Italians because in the Middle Ages, God, through St. Joseph’s intercessions, saved the Sicilians from a very serious drought. So in his honor, the custom is for all to wear red, in the same way that green is worn on St. Patrick’s Day.

Here is a recipe that I found and have used for many times and I hope that you enjoy it: I do not add the sardines which is an option.


  1. Prepare your favorite Spaghetti noodles and set aside.
  2. In a large or deep frying pan add the olive oil, crushed garlic clove and bread crumbs and fry until golden brown.
  3. Next add the cooked pasta into your frying pan, warm and toss contents until well coated.
  4. Plate and sprinkle with parmesan cheese.

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About maryberger

Professor of biology and educator science researcher. Working with Plasma physics has opened a whole new area of interest and science investigations! As a professor these last several years, I have really embraced my personal motto of E^3. Enrich, enhance and Empower scientific and theological thought in how we treat our world and our scientific discipline of Biology, Chemistry, and PHYSICS! Yes, physics! Looking toward the future by teaching and learning from the past(evolution) and influencing the economics, political, scientific, and educational policies for transformation changes Futurist is defined as one understands how to use the different learning environments for different learning styles to implement the necessary, responsible, and productive changes. Science is the focal discipline in which my educational philosophy is the delivery platform. There is still time to save our world by listening, thinking, and practicing our beliefs. There is still time to perform good experimental science and change the world.
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