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    A fusion of German and Italian flavors - jumbo shells stuffed with chicken, spinach and a fresh lowfat German-style cheese called quark. Prep time includes the time to make the quark.

    Recipe #116422

    This recipe for meatballs is the best that I have discovered. It came from the cookbook, "The Cooking of Italy". It actually is a Time-Life book, that has amazing information on the history of Italian cooking along with the regional applications. My ex mother in-law, who was born and raised in Italy says it's pretty accurate. She was and still is an amazing cook and baker at the age of 88. I still call her for help on recipes. Whoever tries this recipe, I hope you enjoy these meatballs as much as my family does.

    Recipe #261432

    A hearty pasta dish...found in the Australian Delicious Mag.

    Recipe #226686

    I made this recipe from Paula of the blog Bell'Alimento. It's so yummy you should try it : http://www.bellalimento.com/2009/11/10/bolognese-sauce/ I don't really know the number of serving. But I got 2 jars of this sauce.

    Recipe #399975

    This originally was a Rachael Ray recipe with a few modifications from me. Rachael states that she created from her Grandpa Emmanuel whose recipe was an all day event. She wanted to cut it down to 30 minutes. I will tell you that I am pretty sure I couldn't put this recipe together in 30 minutes... More like an hour, but you can cook it longer as I do to get better flavor. Rachael Ray says: “He would toss spaghetti, which he referred to as macaroni in English, with half of the remaining sauce and add lots of cheese to it. The extra sauce would be ladled on top of dinner plates of meat and macaroni. This recipe is all I can do to imitate Sundays with Emmanuel, in 30 minutes." Serve with a crusty loaf of garlic bread to soak in the sauce and you have a great meal! MY COMMENTS: Made as originally written in the recipe there was barely enough sauce for the pound of spaghetti soI increased the amount of sauce. In addition Rachael says it serves 4 Big Servings, but it would have be 4 REALLY big, hungry people as in my family it serves 8 without a problem It is delicious though and this is my version with just SLIGHT changes.

    Recipe #280950

    I saw this on 30 Minute Meals and it looks really yummy! I haven't made it yet but I think when I do I'll cheat and use already made pesto.

    Recipe #377925

    I have been using this pizza dough to make calzones for my husband to reheat for lunch. This is one of the best pizza dough recipes I have ever used.

    Recipe #382492

    My mother-in-law calls this "Zita", and it's another one of those recipes my husband loves. This one also took me 3 years to get! Wonderful served with a salad and garlic bread.

    Recipe #47916

    Hot Italian sausage, sweet tomatoes and fresh basil are tossed with bowtie pasta in this easy, flavor-packed summer dinner. Try this recipe with classic Italian pork sausage or leaner chicken or turkey sausage if you prefer. DELICIOUS!

    Recipe #304043

    This pizza sauce recipe was given to me as a wedding present, written on the inside cover of a pizza cookbook. It is thick, saucy, spicy and delicious. I'll never use anything else on my homemade pizzas. I like to double or triple it and put it in Ziploc bags in my freezer.

    Recipe #114392

    A delicious dish with orecchiette pasta, sausage and mushrooms. Recipe from Family Circle.

    Recipe #226085

    This recipe came from allrecipes.com.

    Recipe #261650

    28 Reviews |  By lazyme

    A copycat recipe from southernfoods.about.com from the famous New Orleans restaurant, Brennan's. My family loves this bread. The secret is to rub the outside of the bread with fresh garlic.

    Recipe #185498

    This is not a regular white clam sauce. Italian cookbook author Marcella Hazan adds butter and Parmesan to this famous clam sauce, a combination rarely used in other Italian clam dishes. The result is sensational!

    Recipe #77079

    I got this recipe from watching my great-grandmother cooking. She was from Sicily and that's why I dubbed this Sicily Spinach Pie.

    Recipe #79484

    One of my favorite meals when the weather gets cool.

    Recipe #39380

    got this from the Barilla website - can't wait to try, so simple

    Recipe #251183

    my husband saw this on food network and want me to try this out. It is a small noodle with a lite tomato sauce

    Recipe #292204

    From Martha Stewart. Lightened it a bit but haven't tried it yet.

    Recipe #198455

    Rice that turns out fluffy not sticky. I make this amount for 2 of us and usually have leftovers.

    Recipe #232397

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