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Is There Gravy on Your Spaghetti? by Rebecca Sodergren,Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, November 03, 2011

Did you know that in South Philly, they call spaghetti sauce “gravy”? I always knew there was something a little fishy at that end of the state. read more…

New York vs. Philly Again: It’s Gravy Wars!, Delaware County Daily Times, November 13, 2009.

Former Philadelphia broadcaster, Delco native and “Gravy Wars” author Lorraine Ranalli settles her 2009 World Series food wager with read more…

Gravy Wars author Lorraine Ranalli vs. some Goombah, by Drew Lazor, City Paper, November 10, 2009.

In an extension of our World Series clash with our neighbors to the north…read more…

Gravy Wars: Lodi Lip challenges Philly Femme Fatale, by Jerry DeMarco, Cliffview Pilot.com, November 9, 2009.

Bragging rights in sports is one thing. But when it comes to making the best gravy (y’know: sauce)……read more…

Lost in Translation, by Amanda Snyder, South Philly Review, October 8, 2009.

While locally ‘gravy’ often means a tomato-based pasta sauce, the word has sparked debate that its usage expands well beyond city limits. read more…

Colonial Playhouse offers short plays at Quickies Festival, Delaware County Daily Times, June 12, 2009.

“Gravy Wars, Agita,” a vignette adapted from Lorraine Ranalli’s comedic narrative/cookbook read more

Weapons loaded for North Wildwood Beach Writers’ Conference, by Jim Vanore, Cape May Herald, May 28, 2009.

Lorraine Ranalli does not appear to be a belligerent person, but when the war starts, she’s not afraid to take up arms while she charges, General Patton-like, into the front lines. read more…

This Means War, by Jess Fuerst, South Philly Review, April 16, 2009.

After decades of friendly feuding, Lorraine Ranalli turned her family’s traditions into a cookbook that has crossed cultures. read more…

 

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