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    Yum. Sweet Panna Cotta using rose water. This recipe does not get much more simple than this. The recipe comes from The Seasons resort.

    Recipe #348842

    This recipe came from Cuisine Nov/Dec 2000. It's a delicious custard-like dessert I've made for the holidays. I like it because it's unexpected and light but decadent. Cook time excludes chill time.

    Recipe #343420

    Italian appetizer....great by itself or side with chicken or fish..

    Recipe #361764

    Russell loves stuffing mushrooms, and this is one of his favourites.

    Recipe #95385

    I'm no gourmet chef but this was out of this world delicious. It's from "Everyday Italian" cookbook. It can be served with Pasta or by itself.

    Recipe #138570

    I learned to make Cacciatore from the most obnoxious Italian chef I've ever worked for. This man was vile, but he could cook. This is a rather simple dish that I've changed up a bit and added my own culinary life experiences to. The sauce is to die for. What you get is more like chicken stock with a tomato base than a marinara sauce. This recipe is also intended to be used as a next day leftover guide. Now you can eat it right out of the oven and have a great meal. Or you can let it cool and shred the meat and thicken the sauce a little and mix everything up in a sauce pan and serve it over pasta. Both are good. Or make the recipe as is and only eat half, then have a whole second meal ready and waiting to be re-heated. Oh, I do use store bought marinara when I don't have the time to make it from scratch. I find there is no shame here. Just use a good brand.

    Recipe #269500

    From Glamour's "How to do anything better guide", Feb. 2005. I make this without the prosciutto.

    Recipe #123396

    This is a great recipe! I saw it on the Food Network and tweaked it at home. My picky family loved it!

    Recipe #185861

    Plain ol' risotto. You can jazz it up any way you like.

    Recipe #213652

    I got this classic recipe from a friend, it's so delicious, creamy and decadent I had to share. The nutmeg really gives is a gourmet twist and separates it out from others.

    Recipe #404856

    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis Show: Everyday Italian

    Recipe #66562

    8 Reviews |  By Maito

    This scrumptious pasta is DH's creation and star dish.

    Recipe #247999

    I like this one because the vegetables are roasted. From Everyday Italian

    Recipe #119341

    My girlfriend Lauren LOVES this recipe so much that I simply HAD to add it to my ever-growing list of recipes! I saw this on "Everyday Italian" and just had to try it! I made a few adjustments for what was available at the nearby market, but overall, I think this came out amazingly!

    Recipe #138786

    1 Reviews |  By Manami

    Recipes courtesy of Giada De Laurentis. I saw these recipes and we had to try them. Comfort food at the utmost! So very easy, as well.

    Recipe #188133

    3 Reviews |  By Manami

    This is a recipe for pasta (any kind you like) angel hair or other small shaped pasta. It is served with already prepared & seasoned bread crumbs. Very simple & satisfying dish. Hope you like it. This recipe has been tweaked but I found it on the Foodnetwork Channel with Giada de Laurentis.

    Recipe #141302

    This recipe came from Giada de Laurentis on the Food Network. I saw her make this and I was amazed at how simple it was! It's like being a gourmet cook yet fooling everyone--!!! Tastes so light and fresh, but yet so satisfying for those pasta cravings we sometimes get! Very Italian...Yum!

    Recipe #125120

    Perfect sauce for stuffed pastas like ravioli or tortellini. You can use 1/4 cup basil instead of sage if you prefer.

    Recipe #421271

    From Everyday Italian

    Recipe #293620

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