Fabio Viviani's Pasta in a Jar and Roasted Vegetables

The owner of Chicago's Siena Tavern cooks up some Italian dishes perfect for the holidays.
3:00 | 12/03/13

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Oh, yes. It's time to rock the holidays with some great italian dishes, created by our friend fabio viviani. Always good to be here. Owner of the sienna tavern in chicago. I hope you had a great thanksging. We did. Always ready to eat more. I love the concept of pasta served in a very unique way. It's a serving vessel. It's called pasta in a jar. You have to shake it. You have to shake the jar. Shake it. Shaking the pasta. Here's the way we do it. It should be closed before. That's it. That's it. That's it. That's fine. Here's what we do. We come up. We are trying to come up with creative ways to serve our patrons. We came up with an idea to serve the pasta with a great sauce in the jar. And have the guest at your house or our restaurant, interact with the dish. Yes. As we just did. We cook onion and peppers together. Just saute. Then, some sausage. Then, we have a very good, thick tomato sauce. Garlic and olive oil. This is what's going to happen now. You get a jar, which is perfect for you, josh. Every time you get yelled at, you can grab your jar and go away. And you're still eating. He never gets yelled at. Here's what we do. We get the sauce. And we put the sauce in the jar. Okay. And then, we have the other ingredients. We add the pasta. We add the sausage. We add the basal and parmesan. I assume you have some of these. Or you can have them online. Mason jars. They're really fun to look at and to play with. There's a little charm. I like the texture. Sausage has to be cooked. I don't want to get away without talking about -- you call these the roasted old ladies? Yeah. Growing up in a family where fresh vegetables and fruit was not always available, older vegetables are perfect for roasting because they're sugary, they're sweet. And they come out great in the oven. We roast the vegetables. And we drizzle with parmesan and vinegar. Does that sound better in italian? It always sounds better in italian. If I have vegetables in my refrigerator. Just roast them? Roast them. Do like we do in the restaurant. We roast them higher. Parmnd balsamic. You can get these recipes. I highly recommend you do. They're on the website. Goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! Fabio, we thank you.

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