This is the best Thanksgiving stuffing I have ever had. With a mix of Southern-style cooking and Italian flavors it brings all great tastes together. I got this recipe from my mom last year after everyone gave it amazing reviews!
Wile away a rainy day by making this long-simmered sauce of ground beef, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions, celery, bell peppers, Italian seasonings, basil and garlic. Serve over spaghetti and top with a grating of Parmesan.
After living in the Dominican Republic for many years, I came to appreciate their tasty and easy way of making oatmeal. The texture is more creamy and liquidy, and the flavor is comforting in the morning.
These waffles are so light and fluffy you'll just want to eat them right out of the waffle iron. Great with ice cream for a fancy dessert or treat your kids to a family style breakfast with syrup and orange juice.
Bite-sized pieces of duck breast are marinated, then wrapped with bacon, and grilled for hearty appetizers. Use soy sauce for the marinade or track down Dale's Sauce, a savory, seasoning sauce with 11 spices. Adjust the recipe quantities for the amount of duck available.
For a quick and flavorful classic, saute bacon or pancetta and add onions, garlic and red pepper flakes. Cook with canned plum tomatoes for a mere 10 minutes, stir in fresh parsley or basil and toss with cooked spaghetti. Pass the Parmesan and enjoy!
If you love the Zuppa Toscana at your local chain Italian restaurant, you will adore this soup. The rich soup is made with Italian sausage, potatoes, cream, and crushed red pepper. It is truly satisfying and irresistible. Tuck into this on a cold day and you are sure to be warmed all the way down to your toes.