EASTON — In the lush green hills of Cerignola, Italy in the 1960s, Rosa Prezioso Galeno tended to her essential food pantry filled with fish cured in salt, flavorful beans hung to dry, flour, sugar, and yeast stored in pots.
Life was simpler in the countryside. The streets were tiny. The sunset over the hills with cotton candy-colored skies. The meticulous preparation of food was more appreciated and beauty could be found in churning cream into sweet butter.
Galeno, 62, fell in love with cooking as a child and she has turned that love into a successful family business, Rosa’s