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The flavors of Sicily, topped with tradition

Twice a month, Concetta Cucinotta (seated) and Angela Molinario spend the day making pizza for their family in the kitchen of Cucinotta’s home in Dedham. Twice a month, Concetta Cucinotta (seated) and Angela Molinario spend the day making pizza for their family in the kitchen of Cucinotta’s home in Dedham. (Photos By Erik Jacobs for The Boston Globe)
By Debra Samuels
Globe Correspondent / August 12, 2009

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DEDHAM - The old yellow plastic tub, covered with a soft, well-worn blanket, sits on Concetta Cucinotta’s kitchen table. You can almost see the blanket moving. Under it, a mound of yeasty, bubbly dough is spilling, like molten lava, over the sides of the tub. Lively Italian folk music is coming from a CD player and Cucinotta periodically breaks into ... (Full article: 634 words)

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