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This Staten Island Restaurant Employs Grandmas Instead Of Chefs

"Just like grandma used to make" is much more than a clever advertising scheme, it's literally what's happening at Staten Island's Enoteca Maria, where the kitchen's staffed not by professionally trained chefs, but by a fleet of "nonnas" from around the world. For more than a decade, owner Jody Scaravella has opened his kitchens to grandmothers cooking the cuisines of their native countries.
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