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Agrodolce, Seattle

Maria Hines (BNC 2005)
Maria Hines traveled through Sicily to research her third Mediterranean spot. Agrodolce means “sweet and sour” in Italian, and is one of the key flavors in Sicilian cooking. On her menu: house-made burrata, hand-cut pasta with pistachios and the region’s omnipresent street food arancini: fried rice balls that Hines plans to stuff with a mix of tomatoes and ground beef.

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