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Italian Pesto Layered Dip

Italian Pesto Layered Dip

With an eye-catching, layered appeal and everyone’s favorite Italian flavors, there is no way that this dip won’t be come a appetizer tradition. To serve, flip casserole dish upside-down on

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Veal with Balsamic & Parmigiano

This isn’t any patty. The robust flavors of rich balsamic vinegar and Parmigiano-Reggiano come together with savory veal for a delicious reduction. Serve up with fettuccine for the perfect cold-weather

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Veal Ossobuco Milanese

This is an uncomplicated, but exquisite dish belonging to a revered Milanese tradition. Slow braising, a good homemade broth and a bit of experience are all you need to make

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Torrone: Italian Nougat Candy

In Italy, torrone is a traditional Christmas dessert—a sweet, toasted-almond candy—with many famous regional variations. The term “torrone” probably comes from the latin verb “torrere,” or to toast, referring to

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LATEST RECIPES

Italian Pesto Layered Dip

Italian Pesto Layered Dip

With an eye-catching, layered appeal and everyone’s favorite Italian flavors, there is no way that this dip won’t be come a appetizer tradition. To serve, flip casserole dish upside-down on

View Recipe >>

Veal with Balsamic & Parmigiano

This isn’t any patty. The robust flavors of rich balsamic vinegar and Parmigiano-Reggiano come together with savory veal for a delicious reduction. Serve up with fettuccine for the perfect cold-weather

View Recipe >>

Veal Ossobuco Milanese

This is an uncomplicated, but exquisite dish belonging to a revered Milanese tradition. Slow braising, a good homemade broth and a bit of experience are all you need to make

View Recipe >>

Torrone: Italian Nougat Candy

In Italy, torrone is a traditional Christmas dessert—a sweet, toasted-almond candy—with many famous regional variations. The term “torrone” probably comes from the latin verb “torrere,” or to toast, referring to

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