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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…

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Sea bass breaded with Taggiasche olives, carrot orange and saffron puree

Sea bass breaded with Taggiasche olives, carrot orange and saffron puree by Giuseppe Zanotti

2 votes
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Chicken-Pasta Primavera

Chicken-Pasta Primavera by RecipeKing

Chicken-Pasta Primavera is an easy and delicious Italian casserole recipe for an any day of the week meal. Features include: Chicken, penne pasta, zucchini, bell peppers, spinach and Parmesan cheese. It is also a healthy, low fat, low cholesterol, low sodium, low sugars, low carbohydrates, heart-healthy, diabetic and Weight Watchers…

2 votes
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Mom's Pastina Egg drop soup

Mom's Pastina Egg drop soup by LinKev

My mom used to cook pastina for us kids a lot, she had four kids and she always made sure that we always had some kind of protein in us. So the eggs of course was one of them, She even used to make it without the eggs when we used to have the flu it was like a chicken soup but without the chicken. We loved it . I remember she even…

2 votes
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Roasted Onion, Garlic and Rosemary Focaccia

Roasted Onion, Garlic and Rosemary Focaccia by Hina Gujral

Focaccia the most easiest bread to create at home, is the gift of Italy's Liguria region to the culinary world, as the people of this area have a distinct talent for making virtue out of necessity, they devised a solution to the local bread problem that was as clever as it was tasty and hence focaccia was born.

2 votes
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NUTTY flourless cookie CRISPS < Brutti ma Buoni >

NUTTY flourless cookie CRISPS < Brutti ma Buoni > by Foodessa

Got a few egg whites left over from a recipe? Here's a super easy crispy, flourless cookie called < Brutti ma Buoni >. It's an Italian saying...loosely translated as ugly looking (not really) but yummy. Originally made with roasted hazelnuts...however, re-created to include roasted almonds instead. I also reduced much of the…

3 votes
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Italian Sausage Stuffed Peppers II

Italian Sausage Stuffed Peppers II by Salad Foodie

I decided to create a recipe for stuffed peppers using surplus garden produce and Italian sausage on hand. But there's "nothing new under the sun" as Linda Hendricks' Cooking Tip of the Day blog had posted one a year ago. My version shortens the baking time considerably by steaming the peppers and pre-cooking the rice, and varies…

2 votes
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Gazpacho and Shrimp Shooters

Gazpacho and Shrimp Shooters by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a fresh, healthy appetizer that has a beautiful presentation. We took these over to a dinner party last night and they were a big hit! I'd plan on two per person. If you don't already have them, Target sells attractive little shooter glasses to serve them in for pennies. This is also a great Gazpacho recipe for serving…

5 votes
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Maccheroni al limone. Sardinia Island.

Maccheroni al limone. Sardinia Island. by CHEFMAURIZIO

Sardinia, a beautiful island. I've always tried to understand his people and of course cuisine. It was not easy, but I think I have succeeded almost entirely. The people of Sardinia, is a bit closed, but very generous, as well as superb cuisine. Sardinian cuisine has influences from Spain and Genoa. The ingredients are simple, the sea…

3 votes
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Pasta with Garlic Breadcrumbs (Pasta con pangrattato)

Pasta with Garlic Breadcrumbs (Pasta con pangrattato) by kathy vegas

This thrifty pasta dish is from an era when clever home cooks had to feed large families and meat and cheese was too expensive and often hard to come by. Bread was always on hand and stale bread was never wasted. Stale bread shows up in many classic Italian soups, pastas and even deserts. Crisp, savory breadcrumbs are the star in this…

13 votes
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Pumpkin Tiramisu

Pumpkin Tiramisu by Evelyn Scott

2 votes
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Gordon Ramsay Style Mushroom and Leek Pasta

Gordon Ramsay Style Mushroom and Leek Pasta by Hina Gujral

In one of the episodes, Gordon shared 'Quick TV Dinners' - Mushroom and Leek Pasta, Farfalle with ricotta, pancetta & peas, Tagliatelle with quick sausage meat bolognaise, Spaghetti with chilly, sardines & oregano and Sweet corn fritters & yoghurt dip, for his Mushroom and Leek Pasta he used Lasagna sheets and I loved the way he…

1 vote
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The Stinking Rose ® 40 Clove Garlic Chicken

The Stinking Rose ® 40 Clove Garlic Chicken by Andrea Froncillo

You heard it right. 40 cloves! But don’t let that number scare you, because they add just the right amount of zest and aroma to make this one of The Stinking Rose’s® most popular dishes!

8 votes
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Gnocchi Carmelita's Way

Gnocchi Carmelita's Way by Carmelita

For soft light fluffy pillows that taste of potato, I have always made potato gnocchi without using egg at all and keeping the amount of flour to a minimum. Blog followers have tried my recipe and loved it, see for yourself and let me know what you think!

2 votes
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Pasta Salad with Yogurt Dressing

Pasta Salad with Yogurt Dressing by Pallavi

My recent obsession is ordering groceries online. I found the veggies offered by www.towness.in to be exceptional. Thanks to Nandita ji aka [@saffrontrail] I have become a regular there. Yesterday I got this whole bunch of beautiful lettuce leaves and I just cant get enough of them. However for dinner on one of the weekdays we had…

1 vote
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