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Sargento Dry Grated Parmesan, 1 Pound - 12 per case.

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Sargento Dry Grated Parmesan, 1 Pound -- 12 per case. The zesty flavor of grated Italian Parmesan is ideal sprinkled over spaghetti, lasagna, and other pasta. Great on pizza, soup, casseroles, home-baked bread and cooked vegetables, too.








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Cox: Generous portions of familiar Chinese food at Petaluma's Chinatown 08/14/15, via Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Like many Chinese restaurants, the food is OK to good, the portions are generous, and it's all as familiar as a plate of spaghetti. The menu bills the food at Chinatown as Mandarin and Szechuan. Mandarin cuisine comes from the region around Beijing and

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The Pines restaurant at Cherokee Pines Golf and Fitness Club in Perry is basic ... 08/13/15, via Macon Telegraph

A recent Friday menu included baked tilapia, pot roast, fried shrimp, baked spaghetti, roasted vegetables, mac-n-cheese, cream corn, hash brown casserole, turnip greens and biscuits or corn bread. Thursday had shrimp Alfredo, country fried steak, baked 

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The Southern Bite Cookbook

The Southern Bite Cookbook

Published by Thomas Nelson Inc 2014

ISBN 9781401605445,1401605443
272 pages

In the South, a conversation among home cooks can be just about as illuminating as any culinary education. Luckily for Stacey Little, home cooks run in the family. Whether it’s fried chicken or pimento cheese, fruit salad or meatloaf, everybody’s family does it a little differently. The Southern Bite is a celebration of those traditions and recipes every Southern family is proud to own. It’s the Pecan Chicken Salad that’s mandatory for every family reunion and the hearty Goulash, so comforting after a long day. It’s the Glazed Ham that makes its way to the Easter table every year. If you’re lucky enough to hail from the South, you’ll no doubt find some familiar favorites from your own family recipe archives, along with a whole slew of surprises from Southern families a lot like yours!...

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Cox: Generous portions of familiar Chinese food at Petaluma's Chinatown - Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Is there any way to make a dinner at a Chinese restaurant like Chinatown in Petaluma more interesting. Like many Chinese restaurants, the food is OK to good, the portions are generous, and it’s all as familiar as a plate of spaghetti. The menu bills the food at Chinatown as Mandarin and Szechuan. Mandarin cuisine comes from the region around Beijing and includes Peking duck, bird’s nest soup, chicken velvet, tea eggs, and mu shu dishes with four pancakes to wrap around leftovers (originally), but which you can now order with chicken, pork,... Among these classics, only the mu shu dishes are on this menu. As for Szechuan cuisine, also known as Sichuan cooking, it comes from western China and is characterized by bold and spicy flavors. Kung pao chicken, Szechuan hot pot, and spicy deep-fried chicken are typical dishes. Except for the hot pot, you’ll find these dishes on the menu. What we get at our Chinese restaurants here in the U. S. is an Americanized version of what issues from the kitchens in China. The food tends to be oily, sweet, and mildly spicy. It stays safe with chicken, beef, duck, pork, shrimp, and fish, but in China, if it’s edible, it’s eaten. As for drinks, you will be given a complimentary pot of green tea shortly after you sit down — a custom I find very friendly and appealing. Beer makes a fine accompaniment for this kind of food, and there’s Tsing Tao, a decent Pilsner style brew straight from China. Dinner started off nicely with Egg Flower Soup ($6 ★★½), the lightly salted broth thick with egg and studded with peas, scallions, and thin slices of zucchini. The hit of the evening was the six Chicken Pot Stickers ($6. 25 ★★★), each one jam-packed with ground chicken and herbs, and all of them ladled over with a garlicky brown bean sauce. Other appetizers are what you’ll find at most Chinese restaurants: egg rolls, fried wontons, pork buns, and crab cream-cheese-filled fried wontons. The dish of Beef Chow Fun ($7. 50 ★) held a huge mound of oily noodles. If you’ve ever eaten a Szechuan (or Sichuan) pepper, you’ll know that it produces a numbing, tingly sensation on the lips and tongue. It’s a bit disconcerting the first time you try it, but it helps enliven food, which is one reason it’s included in the classic Chinese five-spice blend. I expected to encounter it in the Spicy Szechuan Spareribs ($10. 95 ★★), but if it was there, it was in such small quantities that it produced no tingle. The ribs themselves were chopped into small pieces, deep fried, and sauced. The pork was tender-chewy and fun to eat. It came with a slightly spicy red sauce, sesame seeds, and broccoli florets. Spicy Mango Chicken ($9. 95 ★★) sounded better than it tasted. Strips of mango and an abundance of cooking oil didn’t make a perfect match, but the chicken was tender and the sauce just slightly spicy. Among the noodles were zucchini slices and onions. To sum up: Generous portions of familiar Chinese food. Jeff Cox writes a weekly restaurant review for the Sonoma Living section. Chinatown Restaurant. Reservations: Call 763-7057. Is there any way to make a dinner at a Chinese restaurant like Chinatown in Petaluma more interesting. Like many Chinese restaurants, the food is OK to good, the portions are generous, and it’s all as familiar as a plate of spaghetti. The menu bills the food at Chinatown as Mandarin and Szechuan. Mandarin cuisine comes from the region around Beijing and includes Peking duck, bird’s nest soup, chicken velvet, tea eggs, and mu shu dishes with four pancakes to wrap around leftovers (originally), but which you can now order with chicken, pork,... Among these classics, only the mu shu dishes are on this menu. As for Szechuan cuisine, also known as Sichuan cooking, it comes from western China and is characterized by bold and spicy flavors. Kung pao chicken, Szechuan hot pot, and spicy deep-fried chicken are typical dishes. Except for the hot pot, you’ll find these dishes on the menu. What we get at our Chinese restaurants here in.

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Adventures in Comfort Food

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Wild & Delicious Spins on Your Favorite Comfort FoodYou haven't lived until you've tried French fries with brown gravy and two different kinds of cheese. Or better yet, taste jalape?os stuffed with goat cheese and ricotta. Oh, add pasta with seared scallops, red pastrami and marsala cream to the list. These are just some of the crazy delicious comfort food recipes Chef Altiero Kerry and Katherine Gaudet have up their sleeves. Adventures in Comfort Food takes ordinary dishes like wontons, salad and lasange and turns them into Wontons From Spaaaace, Hot. Dressed. Salad. and Sorta Lasange. Other concoctions include:-FBOM (Fabulous Bowl of Meat)-Pork Mole-New Age Chowder-Lobster Mac 'N Cheese-Polenta Pizza Casserole-Spaghetti Wit-Smoked Meat Loaf-Seared Scallops in Asian Sauce-Oven-Roasted Fish Tacos-Pierogies? la Pink PlateEach recipe has a unique spin that takes the flavor to new levels of greatness for you and your family. With one-of-a-kind recipes throughout, this book is a surefire way to have your dinner guests talking about your food and coming back for more. So if you're looking to make yourself stand out in the kitchen, don't hold back with the amazing recipes in this book.

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Barilla Pasta Variety Pack - 6 x 16 oz.

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Italians know the familiar blue box means quality, perfectly al dente pasta every time. That's why Barilla has been an Italian favorite for over 130 years, and continues to be the #1 pasta in Italy today. 2 x Penne: One of the most famous Italian pasta shapes and loved across Italy, Penne, which means "pen" in Italian, gets its name from its shape. The tube-shape with angled ends was inspired by the quill of an old style ink pen. The large diameter and ridges of Penne make it ideal for retaining sauces on the entire surface, inside and out! Try Penne with chunkier meat or vegetable-based sauces, refined dairy-based sauces, like a mushroom cream sauce, tomato sauces, or spicy sauces. Penne is also delicious in baked casserole dishes, known as "pasta al forno." 2 x Spaghetti: Spaghetti is the most popular shape in Italy. The name comes from the Italian word spaghi, which means "lengths of cord." Spaghetti originates from the south of Italy and is commonly used with tomato sauces, fresh vegetables, or fish. As everybody's favorite, Spaghetti pairs well with just about any kind of sauce. Try Spaghetti with simple tomato sauce, with or without meat or vegetables (medium-size chunks work well) or try it with fish or oil-based sauces, or carbonara. 2 x Elbows: Elbows, Gomiti or Chifferi in Italian, is named for its twisted tubular shape that can vary in size, and be either smooth or ridged. Pasta Elbows originated from Northern and Central Italy, where they are traditionally used in soups. Barilla twisted Elbows are ridged with an extra twist, giving it a more sophisticated shape that also helps to hold the sauce. You can take this fun shape beyond the expected in any number of traditional Italian meals, including soups, baked pasta dishes, or even toss it with vegetable or cheese sauces. Elbows are perfect for the American favorites macaroni & cheese and pasta salad. They also pair well with dairy-based sauces (like butter and cheese), tomato-based sauces with or

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Recipes from Helen's Kitchen - 08/14/15, via The Valley Advantage

Sprinkle with Parmesan and mozzarella cheeses; cover and cook 1 minute or until cheese melts ... 2/3-cups pasta; 4 meatballs and 1, 1/4 cups sauce, each). In a medium bowl combine soup, sour cream, milk and dry mustard; blend well and set aside.

Buca di Beppo's Pappardelle - 08/14/15, via Orlando Sentinel

Stir in cream and 1/4 cup basil. When everything is incorporated swirl in butter. 3. Add carrot and zucchini ribbons, pasta and Parmesan cheese to pan ... (bucadibeppo.com) Send restaurant recipe requests to Heather McPherson, Thought You'd Never Ask ...

Dish It Up: How to use summer tomatoes — even in winter - 08/13/15, via Reno Gazette-Journal

Little cherry tomatoes taste great out of hand, in salads, broiled on focaccia with pesto and cheese, or sizzled in a pan with garlic, olive oil and fresh herbs for a quick pasta sauce ... as well as a recipe for freezing so you can cook with tomatoes ...

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Makaronilaatikko
Makaronilaatikko
This type of macaroni casserole is basic Finnish home food. It's an easy oven casserole recipe. Boil the macaroni pasta in water like when cooking spaghetti and fry ground beef on the pan. Mix the macaroni and ground beef in a casserole and pour milk and egg mixture over it before putting to oven (200 Celsius, or if I got conversion right, 390 Fahrenhait) for half an hour. The milk & egg mixture should be solified. You can leave it for a few minutes after taking out from the oven to set. I usually put some cubed onions or garlic in the pan with minced meat and spice it with black pepper and other spices like garlic, curry or paprika powder. I love cheese and like to cover the casserole with grated cheese (this time it was emmental of boyfriend's request, but mozzarella would also do). I took it out of the oven when the cheese topping started turning brown and crispy. Many people (like me) eat it with ketchup. You can make a large casserole and reheat it in microwave the next...
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Italian Casserole
Italian Casserole
Italian Casserole Ingredients: 1 lb ground beef ½ small onion, chopped 14 oz jar spaghetti sauce 4 oz shredded mozzarella 4 oz sour cream 1 can resent rolls 2 T melted butter and grated parmesan Instructions: In large skillet, brown beef and onion, drain. Add spaghetti sauce to meat and heat. Spread mixture in square baking dish. Mix together cheese and sour cream. Spread over meat. Lay crescent triangles on top to form crust. Drizzle butter over top. Sprinkle with parmesan. Bake uncovered @ 350 for 20 min.
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Turkey a la King a la Alyss
Turkey a la King a la Alyss
Yes yes, it's Thanksgiving Turkey Leftover Time! Everyone's favorite time of year, right? Yeah, me neither :) I actually am not terribly fond of turkey. I mean, I eat it every year and enjoy it when I do. I have never, ever, though, thought "I'd like turkey tonight". Never, not once. All that may change with this recipe (OK, it probably won't - I'll make this with chicken next time :) It's a turkey variation of the classic from the Joy of Cooking called Chicken A La King. And it's good... real good. I've been doing a little research to find out just what is the difference between an a la King, a Tetrazzini and a pot pie filling. Turns out, not much. A la King sauce is often enriched with an extra egg yolk and/or cream, and the Tetrazzini is often mixed with spaghetti and baked like a casserole while the pot pie filling usually has potatoes and other extra vegetables in it. Other than that, same same same thing :) And here's the way I made it. I'm calling it a la King...
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Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
Baked Cream Cheese Spaghetti Casserole
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