In a society fond of authentic Italian food but habitually in a hurry, it’s challenging to serve cuisine rooted in painstaking, traditional practices. But some operators of Italian restaurants in the United States are finding ways to reconcile “slow food” with fast times through kitchen equipment and designs that promote efficiency and save labor — all while preserving the integrity of ingredients and making high-quality Italian dishes available to a wider market. A ...
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