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This Roman classic proves “less is more” and is a great dish if you have an adventurous streak and love pasta. The aromatic pepper and sharp pecorino cheese give this deceptively simple pasta a unique flavor. The actual cooking time is short but pretty intense!
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Shrimp, garlic and lemon are the stars of this recipe. This dish is so easy and so delicious you’ll want to make it a staple every week
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Fresh broccoli is readily available in markets during late summer and is the cornerstone of this dish, adapted from the Barefoot Contessa cookbook. You’ll rarely find a healthy, vegetarian dish that tastes as good as this!
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This Italian classic originated in Genoa but it’s travelled far and is one of our favorites. You can make pesto in minutes, and the basil-scented sauce freezes well so you can enjoy a taste of summer in the dead of winter.
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This is a delicious pasta dish and a refreshing change from tomato-based sauces. Dry orecchiette pasta, shaped like little ears, works best but penne pasta will do nicely if orecchiette isn’t available at your store.
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This is a wonderful take on penne ala vodka, a wacky but fantastic recipe that was invented in America where vodka grows on trees. We’ve made the dish even richer by baking it in the oven where it gets happier by the minute. This recipe is for 4 people because penne ala vodka is a real crowd-pleaser.
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This is a refreshing salad that has enough substance to make a satisfying meal. Orzo is the Mediterranean pasta used daily by Greeks, Turks and Italians and is available in most American food stores. It’s good to keep some orzo in the pantry along with pasta and rice.
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This extra spicy pasta dish was served to the working girls in southern Italy to revive their spirits on a long Saturday night. We don’t need any revving up on Saturdays so we’ve shifted our spaghetti alla puttanesca to Sunday and serve it with a crisp green salad and crusty Italian bread. A great way to treat friends!
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This is a classic Italian pasta dish you can serve with spaghetti, tagliatelle, rigatoni, or another hearty type of pasta. It’s perfect when friends are coming over because you can adjust the ingredients to make more sauce, or add a large can of whole peeled plum tomatoes if you want more volume.
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