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  • Quick and Easy Chicken Parmesan

    Chicken Parmesan doesn’t need to be complicated. This easy version takes just minutes, has only 180 calories and tastes great.

  • Fish in Red Wine Sauce

    Healthy and delicious, fish dishes are a favorite for any chef searching for a new culinary adventure. The seductive aroma and rich color of the Red Wine Sauce makes this entrée a treat for your senses.

  • Staten Island Pulled Pork Parm Sliders

    Marinara – the name alone conjures up visions of southern Italy. And south of Manhattan you’ll find Italian-American communities that comprise nearly one-third of Staten Island, but who’s counting. Everyone eats Italian, and everyone says, “sauce” like cousin Vinny. So here you go – pork sliders with sauce & parm.

  • Whole Wheat, Fennel, Sun-Dried Tomato and Basil Stuffing

    This warm and hearty stuffing pairs whole wheat bread with fennel, sun-dried tomato and basil for a “molto delizioso” holiday side.

  • Pear, Bacon, and Sage Crostini with Ricotta Cheese

    This simple appetizer is a study in contrasts and harmony: roasting intensifies pear’s flavor and highlights the fruit’s natural sugars, which contrasts beautifully with salty, savory bacon and mild, creamy ricotta.

  • Bruschettas on Country Bread

    These quick toasted breads are the perfect accompaniment to hummus and baba ghanoush on an appetizer platter.

  • Chicken Breast Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Olives

    Boneless, skinless chicken breasts are a great starting point for a simple weeknight dinner. But, when you remove the skin from the chicken, lots of flavor is lost. This assertive mix of fresh goat cheese, briney black olives, and fresh-from-the-garden oregano, flat-leaf parsley, and thyme really enhances the natural flavors of the chicken.

  • Crostini with Fennel Sausage

    This appetizer is a sophisticated, yet simple to prepare, dish that’s rich with luscious flavors of Fontina cheese, Italian sausage and Italian parsley.

  • Mediterranean Mixed Bean Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes and Herbs

    There is nothing like summer tomato salads to give “fresh” a new meaning. You can choose just one bean or a mixture, which looks attractive, to mix with colorful heirloom tomatoes. If you don’t want to cook beans from scratch, then use rinsed canned beans instead but the best flavor and texture come from cooking the beans yourself. The ingredients are highly flexible so have fun with this.

  • Grilled Tuscan Veal Chop

    What makes the grilled chops in Tuscany so delicious? In part, it is the way the meat is raised. But it is also the artful use of simple seasonings that are combined in balance and harmony.

  • Italian White Beans with Arugula and Lemon

    Choose large Italian white beans, called Gigande, or substitute white kidneys or great northerns. The Gigande beans have a rich meaty flavor that is complimented by the zest of lemon and the nutty flavor of young arugula.

  • Veal Marsala

    This is one of those dishes restaurateurs can never take off their menus because it is so universally beloved. But don’t just eat it in restaurants: it’s actually quite simple to make at home. Delicious served over egg noodles.