Sunday Gravy, Italian Recipe – Gianni’s North Beach

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Sunday Gravy, Italian Recipe - Gianni's North Beach

Italian Sunday gravy is the traditional, long-cooked pasta sauce from a small village in Campania. It has long braised meats galore like pork braciola, beef …

This is a very easy recipe for Italian Stromboli. Using frozen bread dough. You can add your favorite ingredients. Better than the pizza store version. Ooooo…


13 Responses

  1. Tom LaytonMarch 27, 2014 at 4:27 amReply

    Hey, Giani: When did you take out the celery, onions, carrots, & garlic
    from the tomato sauce in the process of making that Sunday gravy? Your
    demonstration didn’t show that part. Let me know. Ciao!

  2. Ardell DellaLoggiaMarch 27, 2014 at 4:45 amReply

    LOL! I thought I was the only one who still squeezed the tomatoes with my
    hands and pulled out the stems and hard yellow part. :)

  3. Tom LaytonMarch 27, 2014 at 5:12 amReply

    Giani…you really made that stuff look good! I’m from So.Cal, but
    consider North Beach my second home! You did a great job explaining how
    you fix everything.

  4. Persia22March 27, 2014 at 5:57 amReply

    Oh man, what a treat! I’ve never tried Sunday Gravy – looks scrumptious!!
    Can’t wait to try it. Thank you Mr. Gianni & blessings to you :))

  5. Dale MeyerMarch 27, 2014 at 6:25 amReply

    OMG, Gianni, this was the best Italian gravy I’ve ever made. I am of German
    decent but I love Italian cuisine. It is very apparent that you are a
    retired professional chef and you explain everything so well in your
    videos. Danke!!!

  6. todd germaineMarch 27, 2014 at 7:07 amReply

    this is one of the best videos i have seen yet

  7. mikl tobayuMarch 27, 2014 at 7:53 amReply

    that is so delisch love your reciepies very good cook and explain it so
    well thank you very much im going to make this and i know its going to
    taste really really good thank you

  8. CallimotzMarch 27, 2014 at 8:08 amReply

    Did you ever get yelled at for dipping bread in the sauce while it cooks?
    My wife use to get mad . I would smell the sauce and impatiently grab some
    bread and dip it. She said that the yeast from the bread could spoil the

  9. Thomas SMarch 27, 2014 at 8:21 amReply

    Hey Gianni,
    Hoboken boy here. That is how I make the gravy. Looks absolutely

  10. Josie ZedakMarch 27, 2014 at 9:12 amReply

    Gianni, Truly enjoyed watching you cook. I make mine the same as yourself.
    I chop all the veggies so that I don’t remove except for the bay leaf.
    After 3 hrs of cooking you can’t find anything but the bay leaf! I’m fond
    of garlic so I use a bit more than you do.Love seeing you cook. Both my
    parents were born in Italy and cooking was a very important part of daily
    life. Thanks and God Bless you.

  11. Emma BradleyMarch 27, 2014 at 10:06 amReply

    My mother is from Napoli. Its so nice to see recipes from home. .
    Especially the braciole. Grazie

  12. 1billwillMarch 27, 2014 at 10:58 amReply

    Great video thank you.

  13. leebyrd68March 27, 2014 at 11:24 amReply

    WOW!! What a GREAT sauce Gianni!! LOVE it!! Thank you so much for

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