Sunday column preview

Remember the “real Italian pasta dinner” promised by a Rancho Cucamonga club in comments at a recent City Council meeting? I went. I gotta say, based on the reception I got from the Sons of Italy, they all seem to be Daily Bulletin readers. Read about the Great Meatball Controversy — you can get a sneak preview here — and my extra cannoli in Sunday’s column.

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  • Ramona

    The next thing we know the Sons of Italy will be asking the taxpayers for a bailout due to a shortfall of funds. Too much over-meatballing and frivolous cannoli distributions. Where was the oversight?

    It’s a sad day when another blogger (Wendy Leung) has to defend herself against the appearance of blatant bribery. I’m shocked! Shocked, I tell you!

    I hope this doesn’t lead to closed door meetings and pleas to the attendees not to disclose what went on.

    [I want a golden parachute made of parmesan cheese. — DA]

  • judi

    David, you are obviously not Italian. Just so you know, it is genetically imprinted in all Italian women to feed you to the edge of bursting. If we were moaning and clutching our stomachs at the end of Grandma’s meal, she would beam with pride to know her cooking brought us to the point of pain.

    Loosely translated, “Buon Appetito” means “Pass the Pepto.”