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    requested by heather feather from a gooseberry patch cookbook. cook time and prep time are estimated as i have not personally made it(yet!!!)

    Recipe #102262

    Really good lasagna! If you love Olive Garden's 5-cheese lasagna then you'll love this one! We like it with 1/2 lb. ground beef and 1/2 lb. Italian sausage in it.

    Recipe #25441

    A wonderful Italian dish, full of flavor, with a hint of heat in it. A bit fiddly but well worth the effort.

    Recipe #214149

    I found this recipe in the January/February 2007 edition of Simple & Delicious magazine. These Italian-inspired roll-ups are fast and fun to fix. With their elegant look, they're perfect for both family meals and special occasion dinners alike. Time does not include chill time.

    Recipe #251903

    This recipe is from my neighbor. She makes it every year for as part of their Greek Easter dinner. I think it is from Jeff Smith's Greek Cookbook. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did! UPDATE: Feb. '14 This recipe is labor intensive. Have all your ingredients measured ahead of time. I think the original recipe has too much butter, resulting is a oily dish. I have revised the recipe decrease the butter amounts. Baking time is based on assembly and baking it immediately, while all ingredients are hot. I loosely covered with foil for half the baking time, then uncovered to brown up the top a bit, although beware, it may not brown much.

    Recipe #264117


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