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Comments on: The Name Game All Things Tasty 2010-10-23T00:04:25Z WordPress By: Barry I. Strum Barry I. Strum 2009-02-16T13:56:47Z 2009-02-16T13:56:47Z Regional names are often seemingly arbitrary. Here in Cincinnati, Ohio, green peppers are traditionally referred to as “Mangoes”

As for the Puttanesca sauce, Andrew Carmellini’s new cookbook “Urban Italian” relates a tale about hunting for Procini mushrooms in a particularly barren area on the edge of a city where men come to patronize the local sex trade. The area is a gathering point for the city’s prostitutes. At the end of the tale, Carmellini’s host/companion gives the ladies a plentiful supply of Porcinis to cook over the fires they’ve made to take the chill off the night air…a very Felliniesque touch.