There are good carbs and bad carbs, and sometimes the bad ones are so alluring, it's too difficult not to give in to temptation and flip the metaphorical finger to those good-for-you fruits and vegetables. That same finger can be used to pick up a slice of the crusty Roma bread and butter at Johnny Cascone's. Sure, there are nonpasta items on the menu, but Johnny Cascone's signature dinners are like drugs for anyone who has cut back on carbs for too long. Who can resist the Italian Flag: a plate heaped with a piece of chicken parmigiana, a hunk of baked lasagna and a mound of fettuccine Alfredo? Or the combo plate, which combines lasagna, a pile of spaghetti (smothered in tomato sauce and heaped with mushrooms), a meatball and a piece of Italian sausage? The easiest way to eat your vegetables? Pasta con broccoli, which combines shell pasta with crunchy broccoli, ricotta and cream sauce.