A big Italian feast sounds good any time of year, but somehow the chilly weather this time of year makes it so much easier to splurge on platters of prosciutto, luscious homemade pastas, and meats dressed up with pancetta or wild mushrooms or heady sauces.
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On that note, Sassi's executive chef Peter DeRuvo just released an updated seasonal menu for the palatial north Scottsdale fine dining spot. Here's the lowdown on savory Dinner.pdf and sweet stuff Dessert.pdf to get you salivating. -- Michele Laudig