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    Rosie's Angles Italian Cook book

    Taste of Italy Food for the soul, what the heart wants and desires. You will go back for more Guaranteed . Enjoy my recipes for life. Love from the Angels This Cook Book is for people that have love for food and live to eat.
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    I found this in the new issue of, my favorite magazine, Coastal Living. It sounds perfect to post for ZWT 2006. I have not tried it but this is a recipe that is right up my alley! Can't wait to make this!

    Recipe #175171

    This is a wonderful dish from Staub.

    Recipe #168623

    I took a cooking class with Tori Ritchie and this is one of her recipes. It is fantastic!! Instead of ricotta salata you can use crumbled feta cheese or a young pecorino. You will not be disappointed!

    Recipe #183427

    From Dazzling Delightful Delicious. This is so good. Broad beans are also called Fava Beans. The lemon zest just brightens up this dish.

    Recipe #191416

    Recipe #109082

    pizzeettes are mini pizzas. Use any of your favorite toppings. From Giada De Laurentiis.

    Recipe #165795

    My kids love these! They are from the Barefoot Contessa.

    Recipe #168388

    This is a really tasty and light soup. Easy to make. From Martha Stewart.

    Recipe #202177

    Found here: http://www.fitfoodiefinds.com/2012/05/seasonal-strawberry-feta-quinoa-salad.html. Posted for safe keeping and nutritional info! Enjoy!

    Recipe #486533

    Delicious and satisfying... I don't remember where this recipe comes from, but it's a pleaser! Easily doubled. Also, works well with gf pasta and sausage

    Recipe #32844

    7 Reviews |  By Jen T

    Found this in among my torn from magazines recipes. I served it with a mix of steamed broccoli, cauliflower and carrots with cheese sauce and pan fried potato slices. Would also go well with a simple tossed green salad and tomatoes.

    Recipe #136935

    3 Reviews |  By Derf

    A special chicken dish for a special occasion. Mouth watering, sumptuous, and beautiful presentation!!

    Recipe #87301

    1 Reviews |  By Ci-Ci

    From fitnessmagazine.com. Not an ordinary chicken sandwich!!

    Recipe #314741

    3 Reviews |  By Shuzbud

    This is a quick, tasty meal that provides a simple alternative to traditional pizza. You can add toppings to suit your preferences! Feel free to also add fresh herbs- basil would work beautifully!

    Recipe #377323

    3 Reviews |  By P

    Great for antipasta or on sandwich. Can be added to salads. Great with Italian ham and fresh Mozzerella or cream cheese on a platter.

    Recipe #12006

    Wonderful, hearty soup.

    Recipe #184670

    A wonderful, peppery tasting, warming soup - great for cold fall and winter days or nights! This is also a great soup to make and freeze in individual or family-sized packs for later.

    Recipe #210944

    This delicious spicy hummus recipe makes 3 times the amount of one 10oz container you buy from the grocery store...for a third of the price!

    Recipe #452901

    This recipe has its roots from the Moosewood cookbook (1st generation) but it has been revised and added to so much it barely resembles the original. This recipe receives rants and raves from everyone who tries it, hummus lovers and new initiates alike. Full of flavor, rich in taste and a carefully crafted roller coaster of spices, this is probably one of the best versions of the popular hummus recipe you will ever try!

    Recipe #101307

    Another nice hummus recipe that makes use of my garden's peppers by way of The Wichita Eagle who got it from the North American Olive Oil Association. This one is a little lighter on the lemon & tahini - adjust to your taste of course. Use a potato masher to crush the garbanzos if you do not have food processor or blender - did it that way myself for years & now I prefer a chunkier hummus to the ultra-smooth, go figure. Serve with baked pita bread or pita chips or stuff into tomatoes (big cherries piped with smooth spicy hummus are great heavy hors d'oeuvres).

    Recipe #385430

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