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Grandma's Soft Italian Cookies with Frosting

Grandma's Soft Italian Cookies with Frosting by Claudia lamascolo

My grandma, mom, have handed down from generation to generation...a simple recipe and traditional Italian cookie. Please check out the links below the recipes for more of grandma's favorite Italian Style Cookies!

36 votes
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Italian Baked Mashed Potato Croquettes

Italian Baked Mashed Potato Croquettes by Claudia lamascolo

A very delicate crunch and hardly no fat to worry about baking them instead of frying. Grandma's recipe adapted to a healthier new way! Still full of flavor! Love potatoes? This is a must try!

18 votes
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Caesar salad

Caesar salad by Chef Anil Kamath

The salad's creation is generally attributed to restaurateur Caesar Cardini, an Italian immigrant who operated restaurants in Mexico and the United States. Cardini was living in San Diego but also working in Tijuana where he avoided the restrictions of Prohibition. His daughter Rosa (1928–2003) recounted that her father invented the…

1 vote
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Grilled Roasted Peppers How too

Grilled Roasted Peppers How too by Claudia lamascolo

Here is the best way to eat peppers roasted, they are made on the grill. If you love peppers try these instructions.

1 vote
4456 views
Florentine Salisbury Steak

Florentine Salisbury Steak by J. Gino Genovesi

This dish is restaurant quality food which when served with mashed potatoes and green beans makes a delightful presentation. At home,this was a favorite among our family. I have made some changes from the original one used by my mother and wife, and think you will enjoy it also. It is economical, relatively fast and so good. I…

1 vote
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Basil Pesto Spread

Basil Pesto Spread by Salad Foodie

Summer’s remaining basil harvest can become the makings of delicious pesto to serve on crackers or crusty bread. And it does freeze well too for uses into the fall season and beyond. Easy to make and very nutritious compared to many typical spreads.

1 vote
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5-Hour Pork Sugo

5-Hour Pork Sugo by Staffan Terje

Sugo is a long-cooked Italian sauce; similar to a Ragu or a Bolognese. Choose your favorite pasta to go with this big and decadent dish. Enjoy!

4 votes
12420 views
Italian Red Wine Cookies

Italian Red Wine Cookies by Evelyn Scott

These are so quick and easy you can bake them anytime, and people will think you spent all day just baking for them !!

3 votes
4690 views
BORLOTTI BEAN MINESTRA

BORLOTTI BEAN MINESTRA by Staffan Terje

These classic Italian beans are a medium large tan bean, splashed with red/black to magenta streaks. It is very popular in Italian and Portuguese cuisine. They are also known as Cranberry beans in the US. If you can't find Borlotti beans, you can always use pinto beans.

4 votes
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Chicken Vegetable Frittata

Chicken Vegetable Frittata by Robyn Savoie

What is frittata? Frittata is an egg-based Italian dish similar to an omelette or crustless quiche, enriched with additional ingredients such as meats, cheeses, vegetables or pasta. The word frittata is Italian and translates to "fried".

1 vote
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cake RICOTTA cheese CHOCOLATE RUM

cake RICOTTA cheese CHOCOLATE RUM by Foodessa

All this talk about APRONS and Grandmothers got me going on assembling my notes and photos to finally share with you a very cherished recipe my 'Nonna' made for me growing up. Granted, as I turned baker in my kitchen, I confess to having tweaked it just enough to meet with her approval. She also found that my version was slightly…

2 votes
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The Ultimate Italian Snack Mix

The Ultimate Italian Snack Mix by Deena Montillo

Italian-seasoned Crispix® cereal with zesty pepperoni, Pecorino Romano, Provolone and Grana Padano cheeses is the ultimate snack taste sensation! Recipe and photo by Deena Montillo, April 2011

2 votes
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Cannoli

Cannoli by Joanne

A crisp, light shell with a deliciously rich and creamy sweet ricotta filling. This is one of the most popular desserts in upstate New York

5 votes
8642 views
Gino's Noodle Dough

Gino's Noodle Dough by J. Gino Genovesi

Noodles, in many forms, have been a staple food in many parts of the world for centuries. China, Japan, Italy all take credit for creating the noodles. However, the earliest records appear in a book written between AD25 to 220 in China. No matter the origin, noodles have been a staple food, relatively cheap, quick to prepare and…

2 votes
4399 views
Angel Hair Pasta with Shrimp and Olive oil

Angel Hair Pasta with Shrimp and Olive oil by ShaleeDP

One of my favorites and easy to make pasta dish.

2 votes
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