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Weir Dough for Pizza

Weir Dough for Pizza by Joanne Weir

3 votes
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Tuna Conserva with Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Capers and Bread

Tuna Conserva with Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Capers and Bread by Nate Appleman

Not to be confused with thick Sicilian caponeta made with eggplant, Neopolitan caponeta originated with local sailors who tossed tomatoes with a dash of seawater with the ship's store of hardtack. We have added cucumbers and capers to this simple tomato and bread salad, using baked leftover pizza dough torn into bite sized chunks,…

9 votes
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Ricotta and Cannellini Bean Dip

Ricotta and Cannellini Bean Dip by kitty

A creamy Italian bean dip made with cannellini beans, ricotta cheese, garlic, lemon, and fresh parsley.

1 vote
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Al Templeman's famous Salad Dressing

Al Templeman's famous Salad Dressing by Al Templeman

I started making this because my wife, Jeanne, would not stop complaining about how bad store bought salad dressings are. Over time, I've optimized it to both of our tastes. I never make it exactly the same, but the directions below will turn out a delicious base dressing that you can then iterated on. I always store the dressing…

4 votes
10772 views
Tiramisu

Tiramisu by Elena Jimenez

A scrumptious Italian dessert.

10 votes
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Tonnarelli cacio e pepe

Tonnarelli cacio e pepe by Frank Fariello

Cacio e pepe, literally 'cheese and pepper', is a very typical Roman dish, usually made with spaghetti, bucatini or—for the ne plus ultra version of this dish—tonnarelli, a kind of square spaghetti made with egg pasta popular in Lazio and Abruzzo, as well parts of Molise, Puglia and Le Marche.

3 votes
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Zucchine a scapece

Zucchine a scapece by Frank Fariello

There are four quintessential Italian summer vegetables: tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and zucchini. Of these, zucchini seems to get the least respect, perhaps because zucchini plants are so prolific that the surfeit soon becomes a problem. New zucchini can literally sprout from one day to another, and the production—especially around…

4 votes
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Watermelon and Arugula Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette

Watermelon and Arugula Salad with Balsamic Vinaigrette by Draeger's Cooking School

Quite a refreshing summer salad

3 votes
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Miss Polly's Fresh Ciliengini & Roma Tomato Caprese Salad

Miss Polly's Fresh Ciliengini & Roma Tomato Caprese Salad by Miss Polly Motzko

Miss Polly’ Fresh Ciliengini & Cherry Tomato Salad This salad evolved the moment I saw a product I had never seen-Precious Fresh Mozzarella Cheese Ciliengini in water. I found it at Jon’s Marketplace here in CA where all great International ingredients can be found for usually half the price anywhere else. I took an 8 ounce…

1 vote
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Heirloom Tomato Caprese Salad

Heirloom Tomato Caprese Salad by Mihir Shah

Heirloom tomato's are coming into season (as I'm writing this) - this is a wonderful dish for summertime picnics or a light weekend lunch. Also a great appetizer for the family.

2 votes
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Italian Dressing

Italian Dressing by Patrick Travis

I have not found many bottled salad dressings I like. This lead me to search out something I can make myself and this is what I put together from various sources. I like my dressings tart so I normally don't add any sugar. If I am serving this to company, and want to tone down the acidity, I add a little bit of sugar. This is…

3 votes
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Caffè Shakerato

Caffè Shakerato by Frank Fariello

I had my first caffè shakerato on the beach at Rimini way back sometime in the mid-90s. The black richness of espresso served cold and frothy was a relevation, and I was instantly hooked. It is by far my favorite way to drink iced coffee.

3 votes
3297 views
orange chive mustard caper vinaigrette

orange chive mustard caper vinaigrette by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

orange chive mustard caper vinaigrette

1 vote
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Ice strawberry and red pepper gazpacho soup

Ice strawberry and red pepper gazpacho soup by CHEF ASHRAF ABD ALEEM ELKHARBOTLY

Ice strawberry and red pepper gazpacho soup

1 vote
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Peppers stuffed with tuna and capers

Peppers stuffed with tuna and capers by Frank Fariello

Here's a southern Italian deli favorite that you can easily make at home. In this recipe, CES chef Cosimina Anelo, from the region of Calabria, shows you how! Note: The only real trick to this easy dish is finding the right kind of small, round 'cherry' peppers. If you can't find them in your local market, try experimenting with…

4 votes
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