The Sauce Lady 

After 30 years of teaching, Tullia Barbanti was ready for a career in her kitchen.

Every Sunday from 11:00 in the morning until 5:00 in the evening, a short, smiling, elderly woman with an Italian accent offers samples of her pasta sauce at Spokane-area grocery stores. “Would you like to try? What do you think? Give…

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