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    Recipe courtesy Giada De Laurentiis

    Recipe #405565

    Refined version of Lidia's recipe.

    Recipe #405561

    Brasato al Barolo is one of the classic, elegant Piemontese dishes, and really does require a hearty red wine, ideally Barolo (though you could use other hearty red wines, e.g. Chianti, Brunello, or Taurasi), to come out right. Save it for a special occasion, and you'll be quite pleased with the results.

    Recipe #399422

    Casseruola di Salsiccia Dolce ********************************************* Provided by Adriana, Cookiesfromitaly.com

    Recipe #397506

    Pollo con Limoni Arrosti, Olive Verdi, e Capperi******************************* Provided by my Sicilian friend Adriana: Cookiesfromitaly.com

    Recipe #397495

    From Better Homes *********************************************************** 1 1/2 pound roast sounds small for 6 people. If you use a larger roast cooking time will have to be adjusted. phil

    Recipe #391998

    Tenerumi Soup is a Sicilian dish. The ingredients say spinach since the program does not recognize "tenerumi" which are the tender ends of a cucuzza plant.

    Recipe #389881

    Tenerumi are the leaves of the cucuzza, a Sicilian zucchini. Father Sal felt there could be no substitute but a good soup can be made in the same spirit with dandelion greens and spinach.

    Recipe #389821

    Pasta Ai Tenerumi - The recipe calls for the ends of the cucuzza vine but the "ingredients" would not accept this so I entered spinach instead. Enough for 3 people

    Recipe #387517

    A French version. Serve with steamed asparagus.

    Recipe #367783

    A Sicilian street food. Courtesy of Giada.

    Recipe #365991

    Make ahead. Refrigerate until ready to serve. Top with whipped cream.

    Recipe #355353

    Florentine Love Knot Cookies :There are many regional variations of these sweet fried confections. The best-known Carnival pastries are Cenci (the word means rags), whose many aliases include Frappe, Chiacchere (gossips), Lattughe (lettuce leaves) and Nastrini (ribbons), while they are also called the more poetic "Lover’s Knots." They are very pretty when carefully made.. To make a batch you'll need:

    Recipe #344690

    A Sicilian recipe that I received from a "new" friend. If you use ready made bread crumbs add extra garlic and fresh parsley. Use good quality Veal which is sliced and pounded out Cheese can be grated or in matchstick slices

    Recipe #342841

    Spaghetti con Le Cozze, Pomodori e Origano

    Recipe #322004

    *****************Courtesy of: CookiesfromItaly.com****************** Serve over pasta.

    Recipe #304767

    Tilapia is relatively inexpensive.

    Recipe #299449

    254 calories for each of 4 servings

    Recipe #281639

    Choose a firm cooking apple such as Granny Smith, Fuji, or Gala.

    Recipe #280530

    Florentine style Baccalà, or Baccalà alla Fiorentina: This is one of the basic recipes for baccalà and has an enormous number of variations. Some add a half a minced onion to the garlic, and still others fry the fish separately and drain it thoroughly, adding it to the sauce at the last minute. No matter how you make it, it's good. To serve 4:

    Recipe #279065

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