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    Hey Mombo, Mombo Italiano!!

    Pasta, pasta, pasta and other Italian dishes! Photo of Derf's Spaghetti Sauce.
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    12 Reviews |  By WJKing

    THIS is SO easy, and is 'hands-down', our FAVORITE soup recipe in this house!! You won't be disappointed!

    Recipe #76827

    70 Reviews |  By s'kat

    My fiancee loves having meatballs with pasta, but I sometimes tire of having so much meat! I've found these to be a great compromise.

    Recipe #23775

    I love recipes with stories, and this one is a doozie. Once upon a time Proust ate a madeleine and recalled his past in ‘A la recherché du temp perdu’, a gigantic novel that many have started and few have finished. Kenneth Nesslange reversed the technique: he recalled his past, most notably a spaghetti sauce made by the mother of his childhood sweetheart, and then created the sauce. Because he did not marry the sweetheart, the recipe did not come to him by inheritance, and it took years for him to achieve the desired flavor. He was aided by one memory in particular: the mother had said that she used molasses because “I don’t have to slave over the stove all day, but it will taste like it.” While molasses can help achieve the brownish red look of a long-cooked sauce, and add a hint of caramel flavor, the rich mélange of meats and herbs deserves some of the credit for the opulent flavor of this sauce. Thanks to Mr. Nesslange of Santee, CA (in Sunset) for another Top Ten favorite of mine. (If you have an herb garden, feel free to substitute more fresh herbs rather than dried.) Mama Mia, this is good sauce!

    Recipe #152472

    Sweet Italian Tomato Sauce for Pasta and Pizzas This is a really fresh, light sauce, easy to assemble, and does not need a lot of time on the stove, 1 hour, tops. It's delicious with fresh ravioli, spaghetti, and terrific on pizza crust with your favorite cheese. I use Parmesan or fresh mozzarella. This is a different take on an old friend's Italian grandmother's recipe. It's a favorite in our family, and I've made it in larger quantities for large groups of college students--they really like it a lot! Recipe is easily converted to vegetarian--it's just as delicious without the bacon.

    Recipe #212116

    A Taste of Autumn Recipes – One-Dish Meals from Sargento Whether entertaining or cooking a casual family dinner at home, be sure to have fun in the kitchen this Fall with bold, seasonal flavors using this Sargento recipe guide developed by Mara Papatheodorou, contributor to Bon Appétit and The Food Network. Fall is in the air! The weather is crisp, the leaves are ablaze with color and autumn harvests of seasonal vegetables are plentiful. Butternut squash, corn, eggplant and zucchini—hearty in flavor and even better when mixed with Sargento Artisan Blends cheese—are savored in these delicious from oven-to-table one-dish meals. From Baked Penne with Eggplant, Tomatoes, Olives and Cheese to Zucchini Parmigiana, each of these hearty Fall meals are perfect for keeping you warm and full during the cooler weather. These recipes can be located at

    Recipe #391745

    Indulgent taste with low-fat ingredients. It's not only delicious, but DH doesn't mind the spinach, which is quite an accomplishment!

    Recipe #224603

    I found this recipe on the Food Network website on Throwdown with Bobby Flay. It is from Maroni Cuisine in Northport, New York. I saw the episode and was inspired to make the meatballs. Boy am I glad I did. They are so good! Truly the best meatballs I have ever eaten. The original recipe uses ounces-I have somewhat converted it into teaspoons and cups. (Hopefully I have done it correctly, but it tastes good too with my measurements!)

    Recipe #382091

    This is the best tomato sauce I have ever eaten. I adapted both Rocco Dispirito's Mama's Marinara Sauce and Jaime Oliver's Basic Tomato Sauce. I serve this with spaghetti and meatballs.

    Recipe #385591

    This is a really good basic lasagna recipe. It's based on one I found somewhere, but I've tweaked it quite a bit to suit my own tastes. I like it as written with italian sausage, but you can substitute ground beef if you must.

    Recipe #149088

    This sauce is wonderful to make with your garden-fresh tomatoes. You do not have to cook it! Serve it 1 pound of fettuccine or over your favorite type of pasta! Prep time does not include the several hours you let the sauce sit at room temperature.

    Recipe #381020

    I concocted this recipe years ago, and just came across it! It's rich, but to die for! Happy to share! ENJOY!

    Recipe #140595

    Cheese Ravioli is my favorite Italian pasta, so this is my all time favorite recipe. It's great with a green salad and some fresh Italian Bread.

    Recipe #88851

    Yummy, creamy, warm comfort food. Does it get any better!?

    Recipe #305872

    I love the spinach in these shells. It makes a good hearty meal.

    Recipe #33643

    This came about completely as a mistake that my mom made cooking (yet again--even using a crock pot!) The good news is that the whole family loves it --lucky for her! This is awesome. I like eating it in a bowl plain or on a hoagie topped with provolone and thrown under the broiler for a couple of minutes. Yummers...quick and easy!

    Recipe #245763

    Here is a good way to make a little meat go a long way. These are good enough to serve company! I found this recipe in a great little booklet called, Dinner on the Double, by Better Homes and Gardens.

    Recipe #9970

    This is a quick and tasty pasta dish.

    Recipe #184031

    Easy tasty crock pot recipe that makes the house smell terrific! *UPDATE* This can be made then frozen for OAMC.

    Recipe #124687

    This is SO good, my children request this a lot. Can be prepared 2-3 hours ahead of time.

    Recipe #122309

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