Monday, May 10, 2010

Eating Your Way Down Westwood Boulevard: Student brings low-cost, high-quality cuisine from Rome to L.A. home

May 11, 2010 - Golden arches mark the entrance to Tanino at 1043 Westwood Boulevard. At this upscale Italian restaurant, your dinner may be garlic bread for $9.50, pasta for $15 to $24, or meat and fish above $30. But you don’t have to be wealthy to savor the richness of Italian cuisine. UCLA computer science graduate student Stefano Emiliozzi shows us how to make pasta “par carbonara” and dine as the Romans do. [5:10]

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