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“Make me happy” is what tiramisu means, loosely translated. You'll see why when your guests get a taste of this elegant yet easy-to-prepare combination of ladyfingers, ricotta cheese, espresso and chocolate. It's a dessert you'll return to again and again.
Don't let an Italian-American catch you saying “brack-ee-ole”. The proper way to pronounce the word for these rich and spicy beef rolls filled with Parmesan cheese is “brah-zhole”. This is a great make-ahead meal since it can be kept overnight in the fridge and reheated the next day.
Penne with Tomato and Basil Pesto
There are no limits to what you can put in bread, but why not start with the obvious: cheese and pepperoni. Hot peppers add crunch and spice. Serve with your favorite pasta dish or use it to make extra special sandwiches.
Tortellini Soup with Croutons
Quick-cooking tortellini and fresh veggies bring this comforting soup together in minutes.
Tuscan Broccoli Raab Pasta
Pasta Carbonara with Roasted Butternut Squash
Classic pasta carbonara gets a nutritious and tasty update in this recipe through the addition of cubed butternut squash. All the traditional flavors of bacon, eggs, and cream remain, but mixed with the vegetable, they become lighter and more delicate. Finish with a sprinkling of parmesan cheese and you have a great and quick weeknight dinner.
Florentine Topped Flounder
Florentine need not be relegated to the breakfast table. Spinach pairs well with flaky white flounder, especially with the addition of red bell pepper, chewy quinoa and salty crumbled feta cheese. Serve with a side salad for an elegant lunch or quick dinner.
Quick & Easy Chicken Cacciatore
This fast chicken dish cooks completely on the stovetop and in one pan, making preparation and cleanup simple. Rich with tomatoes, this Italian classic is perfect to serve in the dead of winter for a taster of summer again. Serve with pasta if desired.
Italian Vegetable Packets
Tied Leg of Lamb with Rosemary, Mint and Garlic Pesto
Serve this elegant tied leg of lamb at Easter for a gorgeous and celebratory springtime roast. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to prepare. Seasoned with a heady rosemary, mint and garlic pesto, and brightened with fresh lemon juice, this recipe is bursting with flavor. The best side for it is a rich, creamy potato gratin. Simply scrumptious.
Ravioli with Artichoke and Ricotta
Top this dish with toasted breadcrumbs for added flavor and texture.
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