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    2 Reviews |  By dojemi

    This recipe may take a bit more time and have more ingredients that other lasagna recipes but it's all worth it when you taste end result. Courtesy of John Chandler.

    Recipe #430843

    14 Reviews |  By PanNan

    This is a recipe shared by Carrabba's Italian Restaurant. Delicious!

    Recipe #38436

    This recipe had been sitting in my recipe box for several years waiting for me to give it a try and I am so glad I finally got around to tasting it. The magazine clipping claims that this is a recipe used by the chef on the US President's official plane, Air Force One. This is so very juicy and so scrumptious.

    Recipe #61035

    This is a clone of the Olive Garden Zuppa Toscana. Tried and true, approved by former Olive Garden chefs.

    Recipe #38298

    4 Reviews |  By winkki

    From the venerable Ristorante Villa Francesca in Boston's North End; this was in the Boston Herald's recipe request column in the 90's. I haven't tried it yet, but it looked too good not to share.

    Recipe #78613

    These biscotti's are the old Italian favorites, My Daughter-in-laws Mother always made these at Christmas for everyone to enjoy. Now this is my Favorite Biscotti recipe. I have been making them at christmas time & other times for years. My family always looks forward to my making them.They are great served with coffee or wine. These rusk-type cookies are studded with nuts and flavored with anise. You Twice bake them to a toasty crunchiness. They do take time,But,are well worth it. Prep time does not include Refrigerate time.

    Recipe #46939

    I first tasted this delicious meal at an upscale Italian restaurant in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. I then began experimenting from several recipes until I finally developed this wonderful recipe.

    Recipe #79909

    5 Reviews |  By glitter

    Multi-use for many dishes, dips and sauces.

    Recipe #81307

    8 Reviews |  By glitter

    I found this in a church cookbook. It is another tasty sidedish. I have a mushroom farm not far so I am always scouting for mushroom recipes. I like using a variety to change it. Also different cheeses like Swiss, Asiago, etc. can enhance this dish tremendously!

    Recipe #82117

    1 Reviews |  By glitter

    I was going through some old church cookbooks and found this one. Mama Mia it's Italian! It was even written by an Italian homemaker.

    Recipe #82129

    2 Reviews |  By glitter

    This is really a tasty dish. If you can't get eggplant, or your garden is full of zucchini that can also be used as a substitute for the eggplant. Both make an excellent side dish or light meal.

    Recipe #82084

    Many years ago I came across this in the newspaper. Once you make it the second time is a snap. Lots of flavor!

    Recipe #81314

    It seems like I make this with my eyes closed already. The family loves it as well as guests. You can make as much as you want and if you are lucky to have leftovers, it's better the second time around. Enjoy!

    Recipe #81311

    This is easy, delicious, and quite versatile. While the marinara is cooking, the water for 16 oz. of pasta is put on, and you can make a fresh green salad in the meantime. Your meal is done in no time and don't forget the rustic bread!

    Recipe #81303

    This is so simple. Just tried this the other night and my family really liked it. It's one of the many recipes I've collected over the years and just thought I'd give it a go. E-A-S-Y!

    Recipe #82861

    2 Reviews |  By glitter

    These are so handy to have on hand for those busy days or unexpected company, that is if you can hold on to them that long. I had to get them in bags before my husband made a full meal without the sauce. They can be used in sauces, wedding soup, as part of the entree with vegies, with dips, let your imagination go. I sometimes serve these with my Marinara sauce here at recipezaar. Talk about a quick meal! All I know is I didn't make enough...

    Recipe #83515

    This is so versatile. Use it as a base for focaccia, spinach-cheese toppings, zucchini-cheese and ham. Recipes on toppings on the way.

    Recipe #84144

    This takes time but it's worth it. It is a rustic sort of pizza Note: to make a quicker can use 2 (1- lb.) loaves thawed frozen bread dough also...See instructions.

    Recipe #84153

    1 Reviews |  By glitter

    The history of this pizza goes back to a dr. who perfected the recipe after delivering pizza for several months. I only added a few changes.

    Recipe #84156

    I love Asiago cheese and the flavor of it, although you can easily substitute freshly grated parmesan cheese in this recipe if needed. The cheese goes so well with the garlic, it is a perfect pair.

    Recipe #82867

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