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    Spaghetti with garlic and olive oil was, by far, my Italian grandfather's favorite dish and I ALWAYS think of him whenever I make it! For those of you with anchovy phobia, this dish works great with or without them. I've made it both ways. Be sure to adjust your salt accordingly if using the anchovies, because they add a lot of saltiness on their own.

    Recipe #61359

    Crisp, crunchy veggies cooked in a lightly spiced Thai style sauce. From Ontario Milk Marketing Board

    Recipe #57992

    My brother made this for my kids one day when they were visiting him. It has become my DD favourite meal. The sausage adds enough spicy flavour to this pasta dish.

    Recipe #112932

    This is a very simple, fresh tasting dish - perfect for a light weekend lunch or dinner. As the sauce is prepared while the spaghetti is cooking it really only takes about 20 minutes all up from kitchen to table. It's one of our favourites.

    Recipe #84061

    This is not your traditional macaroni and cheese. Rich and indulgent, it is a recipe from the Federalist in the XV Beacon Hotel in Boston. I got the recipe from Bon Appetit. The ham lends a salty flavor to this dish. Wait until the sauce is combined with the pasta and ham before seasoning with salt. The ultimate in comfort food!

    Recipe #80709

    1 Reviews |  By Casie

    Mmmm...it's an orgasm in your mouth! Oops, can I say that?

    Recipe #117378

    Based on the recipe for Fettuccine al' Antonio used by Anthony's, one of my favorite local restaurants.

    Recipe #117396

    My mom made this every Sunday for as long as I can remember. I recall coming home from wherever I was and smelling this incredible sauce! I would immediately reach for the Italian bread to start dipping before dinner. My mom always said it wasn't done yet, but I didn't care! My brother would go through a half a loaf of white bread with this sauce before dinner...it was that good. Try to make it exactly as it is written out...you will be pleasantly surprised and your house will smell heavenly! The little bit of extra work is worth it!!!

    Recipe #26947

    5 Reviews |  By P4

    This is my original pasta sauce. It's different than those that are simmered all day, but it's better than jarred sauce, and it's quick. You can also play around with the seasonings to suit your own taste. DO NOT - please - cut the amount of olive oil. Trust me on this. It sounds like a lot, but it's not, really, when you add all the pasta.

    Recipe #48968

    I've got this recipe of my sister-in-law. I just love the combination of pasta, spinach cheese and tomatoes. Served with crusty bread and a fresh salad (plus a few bottles of red wine), it's perfect if you have a few friends round for dinner and don't want anything too formal!

    Recipe #96925

    5 Reviews |  By P4

    Quick pasta dish for busy nights. Very rich, very satisfying.

    Recipe #56582

    This recipe comes from "Sauces for Pasta" by Kristie Trabant and Andrea Chesman. It is an interesting variation on the classic pesto which is made with pine nuts or walnuts.

    Recipe #114644

    A quick and easy way to prepare a tasty and filling pasta dish, originally from Mr. Food. Just use your favorite bottled spaghetti sauce. You can use any shape of pasta. I do add more cheese, but I love cheese!

    Recipe #38669

    This is a beautiful tasting lasagna! A different version from the original using lasagna sheets by using angel hair spaghetti or Capelli d'angelo (Italian name) Its a very thin spaghetti. Easy to make and tastes great!Even for those non veggie lovers! Came from Womens Weekly Cookbook.

    Recipe #110752

    This was my grandmothers Rose's recipe who was Calabraze. She always deep fried them, but we bake them now. Can be done either way.

    Recipe #74773

    Yum Yum if you like anchovies. Salty, creamy, buttery, garlicky, luscious and easy. 2 entree servings or 4 appetizer servings

    Recipe #82940

    The Herbfarm Restaurant is located in Woodinville, Washington. Each week, the award-winning restaurant chooses the best from farm, forest, and sea to create thematic 9-course dinners showcasing the Pacific Northwest. In October 2001, Gourmet Magazine ranked The Herbfarm among "America's Best 50 Restaurants."

    Recipe #110794

    My non-ricotta cheese-eating husband always raved about "the meat stuffed shells his mom used to make." His grandmother recently wrote to the TV guide (where this recipe originated) and they were kind enough to send back the recipe, dated September 13, 1976. I have to agree, these are delicious! Serve with a tossed salad and garlic bread. The prep time includes the pasta/beef cooking; the cook time is the baking time for the casserole.

    Recipe #56846

    Lovely Mediterranean flavors in this deliciously different cafe-style pasta dish. The sweet, nutty-flavored cauliflower teams beautifully with olives and capers, and the chili and lemon juice add a little zip. Don't be put off by the anchovies, which are often that secret ingredient you just can't put your finger on. They add a 'certain something' to the flavor, but are neither recognizable visually nor by the taste buds. Adapted from the Australian food magazine, 'Delicious'.

    Recipe #105191

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