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  • Florentine Stuffed Baby Peppers

    It looks especially nice to leave the stems on when you halve the baby peppers. Other greens may be used in place of the spinach; just be sure to cook them until they are tender.

  • Asparagus and Saffron Risotto

    I like to think of risotto as a contemplative dish. You don’t have to think too hard about what you’re doing, none of the steps are difficult or technical, but you have to stay close by, stirring gently. It gives you time to think. And when it’s done, you have a dish that has an air of sophistication. Perfect for a dinner party, but easy enough for a family dinner.

  • Stuffed Artichokes

    Stuffed artichokes can be quite challenging to make if you keep them whole. But if you cut them in half, they’re much easier to prepare, and they’re not quite the same huge portion, making them more appropriate for a first course. You can use any Italian spice mix you like, or use oregano, basil, or a mix of the two. For the cheese, use what you like. Provolone, Parmesan, Asiago, or an aged mozzarella would be fine. Or a mix.

  • Italian Wedding Soup

    There are countless variations on this soup, which—contrary to popular belief, is named for the way the flavors of the greens and meat marry so well (and not for the occasions on which it is served). But go ahead—serve it at a wedding to symbolize the harmony you’ll experience in life together.

  • Fried Ravioli with Fire Roasted Tomato Sauce

    Crunchy on the outside and creamy on the inside, these easy fried raviolis will please all your hungry football fans. What's more? They look like footballs!

  • Italian Chicken Sausage & Summer Squash Wraps with Basil Yogurt Sauce

    Use up your summer squash in this fresh and flavorful wrap, filled with spinach and sautéed squash, onion and Italian chicken sausage, topped with a creamy basil yogurt sauce.

  • Roasted Mushroom Risotto

    This roasted mushroom risotto is easy to make but is an elegant meal for any occasion. Easy to customize with any vegetable you like.

  • Pasta Primavera

    The best thing about this pasta dish is that you can serve this warm, room temperature, or chilled. Serve it for dinner one night as a hot pasta dish, then chill and serve it as a chilled salad the next day.

  • Classic Macaroni Salad

    Whether for a cook-out or weeknight meal, this classic dish is a real crowd-pleaser. The recipe easily doubles and it keeps well in the refrigerator for several days.

  • One-Pan Chicken Florentine Spaghetti

    Pasta, cream sauce, shredded chicken, fresh spinach, tomatoes, and lemon juice come together for a filling and elegant supper in less than 30 minutes.

  • Bruschetta Grilled Cheese

    Classic grilled cheese meets the classic Italian antipasto for a new delizioso take on a beloved family-favorite recipe.

  • Zucchini Spaghetti with Tender Grilled Chicken

    For a lighter, gluten-free variation of a family favorite, substitute zucchini for pasta and toss it with olive oil and vegetables to mimic the flavor profile of a typical spaghetti dinner.