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Lisa’s Ooey-Gooey Mushroom Lasagne

This is a wonderful recipe for rich, decadent Northern Italian lasagne! Full of creamy, velvety Besciamella sauce, sautéed mushrooms, and delicious Fontina and Parmigiano cheeses. While this is a perfect dish to serve in the Fall, it’s also wonderful to serve in the Spring,
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Lisa’s Ooey-Gooey Four Cheese Italian Mac & Cheese

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When Lisa’s children were little, they loved this dish. Always insistent that her children eat healthy food on the Mediterranean diet, Lisa was very adverse to her children eating macaroni and cheese from a box or any other packaged food. But, like all children,
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Lisa’s Tiramisù with Frutta di Bosco (Wild Berries!)

Tiramisù is a pudding, not a cake! It should be eaten with a spoon as it is soft and whipped. Loving Tiramisù as she does, Lisa has made various versions. You can learn how to make Lisa’s Limoncello Tiramisù on the Lisa’s Italian Kitchen Facebook page and her Classic
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Lisa’s Tomato Pie

Lisa’s memories of Naples, Italy harken back to her childhood. Her parents moved to Naples in the 1950s, before she was born, and lived there for many years. Later, after she was born, Lisa would go back to Naples with her parents for summer vacations and trips her father
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Lisa’s Lasagne in Bianco (White Lasagne)

As some of you know, Sunday Dinner Lovers, Lisa worked in Alessandria, a post-World War II town in Northern Italy, in the early 1990s. When Lisa arrived, her mother called to ask how she was settling in. Lisa responded- “Mom, there’s no red sauce here! I don’t
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Lisa’s Lemony Italian Chicken

This recipe is an easy, relatively quick Sunday Dinner recipe. It was a staple that Lisa made for her hungry children as they were growing up. While her children loved the comfort of the chicken and the orzo, Lisa was happy because the sauce has one of her favorite ingredients-
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Sanremo Menus

Sanremo is the annual music festival in Italy. You can read a history of it here. Some Americans have called it “Italy’s American Idol”. Sacrilege! Don’t ever say that to your Italian friends! The Sanremo Festival is a festival of song and rewards the best
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Lisa’s Chicken Cacciatore

Chicken cacciatore is rustic Italian cooking at its most satisfying. Any extra sauce can be frozen and used another day. It’s one of those secondi that Lisa loves because it brings back memories of being with her children in the Tuscan countryside, watching Italian hunters
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Lisa’s Ricotta Pudding

This rich, creamy pudding is very simple and quick to make. It tastes superb topped with fresh red fruit such as strawberries, cherries, or raspberries that have been sprinkled with a liqueur or a high-quality balsamic vinegar. In fact, this would be a good time to use an aged
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Lisa’s Italian Pot Roast with Barolo

When it’s snowing out, and chilly, we all need our comfort food! For Lisa’s family, potroast is one of those go-to comfort staples of Sunday Dinner. And, for Lisa, ever since her children were little, it’s an easy recipe: place everything in a crockpot, forget
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