I love this article from the New York Times.
"'Ndunderi" are mentioned in the article. I've never heard that word, but a quick online search shows them to be essentially gnocchi, though the common thread is that they're gnocchi made with ricotta. Seems they're a specialty of Ravello, a lovely town atop a cliff on the Amalfi Coast.
I'm frankly surprised I've not heard of "'ndunderi," as they come from the provincia di Salerno, which is where my family comes.
Will have to do a bit of investigative work!
Wednesday, April 2, 2014
Finding and keeping culinary traditions
Dave loves to eat, and cook, and feed his family and friends. Thankfully Dave's family and friends like to eat what he cooks. Dave has achieved the Great American Dream -- suburban banality. He cooks from his modestly appointed kitchen in the leafy suburbs of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, a stone's throw from Philadelphia. Stop by for dinner. Or lunch. Or breakfast.