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The history of pizza is a twisted tale of love and murder. Or maybe not. Nobody really knows because pizza does not have a specific birth date. Pizza was never actually invented by a single person. It has evolved into its present form over time.
By Aysha Schurman
Panini sandwiches are a relatively new and very popular menu item at many American restaurants. Italian in origin, these grilled sandwiches are usually filled with meats and / or vegetables and cheeses, which are pressed tightly together, causing the ingredients to interact, which produces an intensely flavorful sandwich.
By Lauren Bove
In order to create a great Alfredo sauce from scratch, all you need is the right ingredients and an easy technique. Once you know how to make classic Alfredo sauce, you'll be able to add other ingredients to make the dish truly special.
By Amy Brantley
There's nothing like a plate of al dente pasta smothered in a fresh marinara sauce, topped with shaved Parmesan cheese and accompanied by a green salad and piece of garlic toast. A good marinara sauce is easy to create and even easier to enjoy.
By Rachel Mork
This is the recipe for homemade pizza. (You can make 4 pizzas at once). It is not difficult to do it and it is the proven recipe. You must begin to make pizza in two with half hours prior to guest reception or lunch.
By irinaalek
Gourmet pizza recipes don't have to be complicated or time-consuming. It's surprisingly simple to take this comfort food and add a unique blend of delicate flavors. In fact, it's so simple to do that there are many gourmet pizza recipes that only take about 30 minutes to make and bake.
By Aysha Schurman
Minestrone, or "Big Soup," is another favorite Italian recipe that can be found on most Italian-American restaurant menus. It is as common as pasta in Italy, and every region, village and family has its own recipe.
By Pat Kennelly
Almost everyone loves pizza. Instead of calling the local pizzeria and ordering a pie, you can easily make your own pizza at home.
By A. E. Freeman
Making pizza at home is easier than you might think. It takes a bit more time than ordering in, but the delicious oven-fresh results are well worth the extra time and effort.
By Jenney Cheever
Panini are sandwiches in Italy, served cold or hot. A good panino is made from the freshest ingredients and top-quality meats and cheeses with sweet or savory fillings.
By Patricia Kennelly
The best homemade spaghetti sauce you ever tasted. Seriously you gotta try this folks!
By elvenrunelord
Good luck food is found in traditions across the globe. The idea of good luck food, and its consumption, unites cultures that range from China to Italy to the American South.
By Janet Grischy
Although home delivery is easy, making homemade pizza isn't as difficult or time-consuming as you think. In the time it takes you to place and receive your order you could be well on your way to more wholesome (and healthy) homemade pizza recipes.
By Aysha Schurman
Both types of asparagus, white and green, are delicious when paired with risotto. These recipes take advantage of the delicate flavor for which asparagus is famous.
By Aaron Baer Harsha
Arrabbiata sauce translated means "angry," and this delicious spicy sauce needs a strong pasta to hold on to. That's why penne is often seen on Italian-American menus with this sauce. The ridges of the pasta hold the assertiveness of the sauce very well.
By Pat Kennelly
Once you make your own pasta by hand, you'll have a tough time going back. It's like comparing in-season garden tomatoes with out of season greenhouse-grown tomatoes. It's like comparing stereo with mono. It's like comparing black-and-white TV with color.
By Natasa Shepherd
Making delicious bruschetta at home can be quick and easy. It has everything to do with choosing fresh ingredients, experimenting with seasonings and keeping it simple.
By JDB
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