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It's Inzane!



I stopped by Zucca Trattoria in South Ogden yesterday for lunch with my son, Hank. --- He had farfalle pasta with a fantastic, but simple, homemade pomodoro, while I munched on a stupendous Margherita pizza and authentic cannolis. 

Chef/owner Elio Scanu and Zucca are currently offering a lunch and dinner special, Monday through Wednesday, called In Zanity!  Customers get 3 courses for $19, beginning with a choice of appetizer: soup of the day, mixed green salad or tomato-basil bruschetta, followed by an entree: fusilli with fennel sausage and roasted pepper, spinach and rocotta tortelli, or pan-seared chicken breast with Sicilian-style couscous. For dessert there is panna cotta with blueberries and balsamic reduction or homemade tiramisu.

Also be sure to check out Zucca's cooking classes, chef's table dinners and other goings-on by signing up for the Zucca newsletter on their web site.