(1) Take three parts Chico Marx, two parts Pat Cooper and one part Howard Stern. (2) Mix vigorously in a large pot. (3) Simmer for two hours. (4) Let marinate overnight. (5) Serve with a sprinkle of parmesan and pinch of the cheek. YIELD: Laughs galore. So reads the recipe for Marty the Paisan’s success. For more than a year now, the host of Sundays Sauce Pot, who was born in East Haven, Conn., and now makes his home in Port Saint Lucie, Fla., has entertained us with his outrageous antics while interviewing such fellow Italian-Americans as comedian Dom Irrera, Married with Children star David Faustino and crooner Franco Corso. So without further ado (apart from passing the pillowcase for, ah, donations), we now present your favorite goomba and ours, Marty the Paisan...
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