Nothing beats the combination of fresh, hot and homecooked meals straight from Alfredo's Italian Pasta Store to your own kitchen table!
Each week, Canton Patch chows down at a local restaurant, all for the sake of you, our faithful readers and fellow foodies. However, we recognize that there are some nights that the comforts of home take precedence. After all, you can not show up to your favorite restaurant in your footie pajamas, can you? Have no fear, as we have found the perfect new local business for you, Alfredo’s Pasta Store. There are plenty of great things to say about this family-owned Italian market. The Canton shop is an expansion of the several flourishing Alfredo’s Pasta Stores that dot the south shore. The Alfredo Aiello family, originally from Italy, operates a pasta and ravioli-making factory in Quincy. The frozen pasta products, since they are made and …
Temple Beth David celebrating the holiday together.
Saturday, December 11, 2010
Temple Beth David of Canton members recently enjoyed a Chanukah Supper at the Temple to commemorate the holiday. The Brotherhood Chanukah supper was followed by a Family Service, which included lighting of the menorah candles.
Canton Volunteers provided all the ingredients for a great Thanksgiving meal to 135 families at Canton High School on Saturday.
The Canton Food Pantry gave out over 135 Thanksgiving dinners to families in need thanks to the generous support of donors on Saturday. Recipients were able to take part in Thanksgiving dinner shopping thanks to the supply of fresh turkeys, cranberry sauce and assorted ingredients collected. Recipients can go home and whip up a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday thanks to the suppot of The Canton Food Pantry. The dinners were assembled and distributed at the Canton High School cafeteria Saturday. The food pantry is still accepting donations for the holidays. Contact The Canton Food Pantry for more information on how you can help or if you are in need of resources.