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    When I lived in New York, I used to get this delicious tri-color cookie from the Italian Bakery every year for the holidays. Once I moved down south, I was no longer able to get them. I found this recipe in Good Housekeepings "100 best Italian Recipes". The directions seem long and scary, but these cookies are actually very easy to make. I hope you enjoy them as much as my family and friends do.

    Recipe #147882

    This is a quick and easy shrimp dish. It takes less than 1/2 hour from start to finish! You can even eliminate the spaghetti and eat just with the shrimp. Be sure to have plenty of Italian bread to mop up the extra scampi sauce! You can even serve over plain white rice. This also freezes very well. Just defrost in a refrigerator, reheat and serve over freshly made pasta! This recipe serves about 4 people and can easily be doubled or tripled to make more. If you like more shrimp, add will not affect the taste!

    Recipe #145492

    This recipe is so easy, once you prepare it, you will never buy store bought shells again! Preparing the crepes and filling them yourself isn't as hard as it seems. Once you make this recipe you will never buy those store bought shells ever! You can take the Prosciutto out and make the filling with just the cheese. You can even fill the crepes with any other kind of filling you make. Experiment and make different fillings with an assortment of cheeses, vegetables or seafood! This recipe makes alot of Manicotti. Alot of times i will make extra Manicotti and after rolling them, I place them on a baking sheet and put them in the freezer till they are frozen. I then transfer them into a ziplock freezer bag and they can stay in the freezer for up to 3 months. Then when you want to cook them, all you do is layer sauce on the bottom of your pan, place the frozen Manicotti on top of the sauce, cover them with more sauce, cover with foil tightly and bake in a 350 degree oven for about 1hr. take the foil off and cover with shredded Mozarella and bake till melted. Delicious! Enjoy and remember to experiment with your own fillings!....I also use store bought Marinara sauce if I don't have my own on hand.

    Recipe #143048

    I got the main recipe for this Tiramisu from the Sopranos Family Cookbook. I changed the Liquor to Frangelico and altered some of the measurements and it's perfect! Every time I am invited to a get together I am asked to bring this and my Manicotti! I hope you all enjoy it! It's best made the day before so that the ingredients have time to mix with each other!

    Recipe #137580

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