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  1. Quick & Easy Pizzas and Pasta (Quick and Easy) by Richard Carroll, 2001-12-01
  2. The Food Lover's Guide To Pizza And Pasta by Thunder Bay Editors, 2000-04-01
  3. Wild About Pizza and Pasta (Wild About) by Lois Cristofano, 1985-05
  4. Pizza & Pasta Recipes: Appetising, Exciting & Inexpensive Italian Dishes by Renato Rudatis, 1991-12
  5. Perfect Pizzas and Pasta Sauces
  6. Classic Pizza & Pasta Recipes by Renato Rudatis, 1989-07
  7. Pizzas and Pasta by Tarla Dalal, 2000-04-12
  8. Knead: Expert Breads, Baguettes, Pretzels, Brioche, Pastries, Pizza, Pastas, Pies by Carol Tennant, 2001-11-05
  9. Pastas y Pizzas. Recetas Sencillas by Mercedes Segarra, 2006-08
  10. Pizzas y Pastas by Caroline Ellwood, 1991-11
  11. Cocina rápido y fácil pizzas y pastas (Cocina Rapida Y Facil) by Donna Hay, 2002-11
  12. El Libro de La Pasta y Pizza by Iona Purti, 1998-06
  13. Pastas y Pizzas by Blanca Cotta, 1998-11
  14. Pizzas y Pastas by Christian Teubner, 1991-10

41. Betty Crocker's Italian Cooking
cooking. Recipes by Antonio Cecconi. Italian food — we all love it! The romanceof Italian food grows every year, and has moved beyond simple pasta and pizza,
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Betty Crocker's Italian Cooking
Recipes by Antonio Cecconi Chicken Cacciatore, Grilled Radicchio Salad as a fresh side, or luscious Tira Misu for dessert, Italian food offers so many tempting possibilities. Let Betty Crocker and Italian chef Antonio Cecconi take you on a tasty tour of Italy, from Piedmont to Sardinia. Enjoy learning about each region, its distinctive food and the geographical characteristics that shape its culinary offerings. And there's more than information on the countryside. Turn to complete glossaries on Italian cheeses, pastas, vinegars, herbs, and olives and olive oils. Everything you'll need for the best and most delicious Italian meals is all right here! Fresh Wrapped Basil Cheese Balls the next time you grill

42. Italy: Pizza Crust
pasta with Sausage (pasta alla Campidanese). pizza Crust (Focaccia). Potato pasta(Potato Gnocchi). Italy Angels on Strings. cooking with Kids Italian Style.
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43. Italian Gourmet Cooking Classes
tagliatelle, ravioli, bread, focaccia and pizza… Also some Lentil soup pasta e fagioli pasta and beans soup The final cooking class with risottos and veal
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- Chicken stock Salsa di pomodoro -Tomato Sauce Salsa besciamella -Bechamel sauce -Italian meat sauce Ragu' d'Agnello - Italian lamb meat sauce Antipasti - Appetizers Bruschetta Aglio ed Olio, al Pomodoro - Italian Garlic bread with tomato Bruschetta ai funghetti crudi - Raw mushrooms on toasted bread Prosciutto croccante al profumo di salvia - Crispy prosciutto salad with sage vinegar dressing Primi - First Courses Penne all'arrabbiata - with tomato and chili Farfalle alla fonduta piccante di pomodoro e mozzarella - Butterfly pasta with a blended tomato and mozzarella sauce Fusilli alla mediterranea - Pasta with tomato, olives, basil

44. AWA Life - January 2000 - Cooking With Hanna-chan
Continue cooking and stirring over medium heat until mixture thickens. specials includesalad, homemade bread, appetizer, daily pasta or pizza, coffee and
January 2000 Brrrrrr! Is it cold enough for you? Before you start complaining about the weather, just remember how hot it was in the summer (and fall, for that matter). I hope you all enjoyed your holidays and celebrated the New Year in style. Having struggled through most of December with various strains of colds and flu's, I was not too thrilled with the idea of standing in my ice-cold kitchen cooking elaborate meals while watching my breath freeze and losing all sensation in my fingers and toes! With the temperatures reaching the zero mark, my mission is to get in and out of the kitchen as quickly as possible without surrendering to the conveniences of instant ramen, pizza delivery, or Lawson's oden (OK, I admit it, I lost the battle!!) Ahem.... Anyhow... this month's column is dedicated to PASTA - my favourite of all foods. Here are a few quick pasta dishes to help you get out of your kitchen as soon as possible and back to the warmth of your kotatsu . By the way, don't forget to warm up the plates or your pasta will be cold before you get it to the table! Salute!
Spaghetti Carbonara
Macaroni Cheese Italiano Peperonata

Serves 2 to 3 250 g (8 oz) spaghetti
2 Tablespoons olive oil
1 clove garlic, crushed and sliced (optional)

45. Pasta Pizza
pasta pizza. A fun pizza, with ingredients and flavors on a flavorful pastacrust! . Ingredients. 4, ounces Italian turkey sausage. Nonstick cooking spray.
Pasta Pizza
Makes 4 servings

Pasta Pizza
A fun pizza, with ingredients and flavors on a flavorful "pasta crust!"
Ingredients ounces Italian turkey sausage Nonstick cooking spray green bell pepper, chopped cup sliced cremini or white mushrooms cup chopped onion cloves garlic, minced teaspoons Italian seasoning teaspoon dried oregano leaves tablespoons reduced-sodium tomato sauce ounces thin spaghetti, cooked and kept warm egg whites, beaten tomato, sliced of 3-ounce can pitted ripe olives, rinsed, drained and halved (optional) cup (3 ounces) shredded reduced-fat mozzarella cheese tablespoons finely chopped fresh basil or parsley Cook sausage in small skillet until browned. Drain well; crumble and set aside. Spray large nonstick skillet with cooking spray. Heat over medium heat until hot. Add bell pepper, mushrooms, onion, garlic, Italian seasoning and oregano; cook and stir 5 to 8 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Stir in tomato sauce. Combine vegetable mixture, sausage and spaghetti in large bowl; mix in egg whites. Spray same large nonstick skillet with cooking spray. Heat over medium heat until hot. Add spaghetti mixture to skillet; pat into even layer with spatula. Cook, covered, about 5 minutes or until browned on bottom. Loosen bottom and side of pasta with spatula; invert onto large plate. Slide pasta back into skillet. Arrange tomato slices and olives on top of pasta; sprinkle with cheese. Cook, covered, about 5 minutes or until cheese is melted. Sprinkle with basil. Serve immediately.

46. The MacScouter -- Scouting Resources Online
3.D. A Few NONOs. 4. Tips on cooking Techniques 4.A. Techniques; 4.B 5.G. Pork MainDishes; 5.H. Seafood Main Dishes; 5.I. pasta and pizza. 5. Recipes Group
Dutch Oven Cooking
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Scoutmaster Rule #47: "No Boy Scout ever starved to death on a weekend campout."
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  • 47. Easy Pizza Pasta Recipe - Pasta With Meat Recipes @ :: It's What's
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    49. FamilyFun: Recipes - Family Cooking
    Easy recipes include 30 minutes or less, slow cooker favorites, no cook wonders,and pizza and pasta. Great ideas and advice at Family Fun. Search FamilyFun.
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    51. Compare Prices And Read Reviews On Cooking Courses & Dishes / Pizza Books At Epi
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    53. Seasoned Cooking - Issue
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    April 2000 Issue SOAR: The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes
    by Ronda L. Carnicelli Editor's Note:
    The web site reviewed in this article has changed location and name. SOAR is now known as Recipe Source and can be found at If you're looking for that perfect recipe for strawberry-rhubarb pie or a little-known casserole that's served at your favorite diner, you often need to look no further than SOAR. SOAR stands for "The Searchable Online Archive of Recipes" and is hosted and maintained on a University of California - Berkeley server. The inspiration (and a lot of the work) behind SOAR was supplied by one of UC - Berkeley's students, Jennifer Snider Coopersmith. Many thanks to Jennifer, as what started out as an experiment in bringing recipes on the web to one central location has turned into an archive of almost 70,000 recipes as of March 2000. What makes SOAR such a valuable resource is the plethora of ways that the recipes are organized for visitors. In addition to the search forms which vary from simple keyword searches to more advanced forms that allow a visitor to specify things like case sensitivity and the maximum number of returned recipes recipes are also organized into a large number of different categories. Each category has sub-categories to help direct visitors to the recipes they desire. Once a sub-category has been chosen, the recipes are then split into alphabetized sections containing about 50 recipes each. This is to reduce the download times and improve access. Of course, each visitor also has the option to get a full list of the recipes in a given category. Once a visitor has found a recipe that he or she would like to see, one click on the title reveals the entire recipe. It's that simple.

    54. - Pizza Dough - Wolfgang Puck's Pizza, Pasta, And More!
    pizza Dough Source Wolfgang Puck s pizza, pasta, and More! Serving size = 1/2 pizza.Reprinted by permission of Wolfgang Puck. 19982003 About

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    Makes four 8-inch pizzas (about 24 ounces of dough)
    You can make four pizzas, as described here, or you can divide the dough in half and make two large 12-inch pizzas. The baking time will be the same.
    Chopped fresh basil, chopped sun-dried tomatoes, or a sprinkling of crushed red pepper flakes can be added to the dough with the flour if desired, for additional flavor. Be creative with your pizzas! For the best results, see "Pizza Tips".
    1 package active dry or fresh yeast
    1 teaspoon honey 1 cup warm water (105-115 degrees F.) 3 cups all-purpose flour 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil or Chili and Garlic Oil (see recipe), plus more for brushing Topping of your choice In a small bowl, dissolve the yeast and honey in 1/4 cup of the warm water. In a mixer fitted with a dough hook, combine the flour and the salt. Add the oil, your mixture, and the remaining 3/4 cup of water and mix on low speed until the dough comes cleanly away from the sides of the bowl and clusters around the dough hook, about 5 minutes. (The pizza dough can also be made in a food processor. Dissolve the yeast as above. Combine the flour and salt in the bowl of a food processor fitted with the steel blade. Pulse once or twice, add the remaining ingredients, and process until the dough begins to form a ball.) Turn the dough out onto a clean work surface and knead by hand 2 or 3 mintes longer,. The oough should be smooth and firm. Cover the dough with a clean, damp towel and let it rise in a wrm spot for about 30 minutes. (When ready, the dough will stretch as it is lightly pulled.)

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    56. Ciao Italia: Past Pizza
    How about a pizza di pasta? easy to put together and can be baked on a pizza pan,cookie Some advice about clams cooking them over low heat will prevent them

    Recipe Index PIZZA DI PASTA (PASTA PIZZA) SERVES 4 TO 6 How about a pizza di pasta? This dish has all the components without the crust or the cheese! Make this rigatoni and clam dish ahead of time for busy nights; it is easy to put together and can be baked on a pizza pan, cookie sheet, or in a casserole dish. Some advice about clams - cooking them over low heat will prevent them from becoming tough. 3 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
    2 large cloves garlic, peeled and cut in half lengthwise
    Two 10-ounce cans minced clams, drained and liquid reserved
    Fine sea salt to taste
    1/4 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
    1/4 cup minced fresh Italian parsley leaves
    2 tablespoons minced fresh basil leaves
    12 ounces #31 rigatoni, cooked according to the package directions
    4 anchovy fillets in oil, drained and cut into bits
    1 1/2 cups fresh or canned plum tomatoes (3 or 4), diced 8 oil-cured black olives, pitted and diced

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    58. Atlantic Publishing Company - Pizza, Pasta, Panini And Italian Cuisine
    Cook Books I Professional Cook Books II Quantity cooking Breakfast Barbeque AppetizersInternational Cuisines Oriental Cuisine pizza pasta Low Fat
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    Pizza, Pasta, Panini and Italian Cuisine
    Two renowned Italian culinary experts show you all they know and learned from visits to US and Italian pizza masters. 224 Pgs.
    Item #PAW-03 $19.95
    Ultimate Pasta
    The definitive illustrated guide to the art of making and cooking pasta. Step-by-step techniques for over120 delicious classic and original recipes. Color Photos. 170 Pgs.
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    Pizzas CD Rom
    This collection of pizza recipes offers fun and unique ways to prepare one of American's favorite foods. Includes traditional ingredients as well as exotic toppings such as smoked salmon, shitake mushrooms and, for your sweet tooth, dessert pizzas. Windows 3.1-98 or MacIntosh compatible CD ROM. Item #PIZ-CS $19.95

    59. Dehydrated Mixes
    rice fricassee is so similar to the chicken rice fricassee, please see the instructionsfor chicken fricassee for cooking hints.) The pasta pizza Sauce Mix.
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    The blueberry muffins I opened had been in my food storage room for four years and after making them, they tasted as fresh as if the mix had been put in the can yesterday. When mixing, there were some soft lumps in the batter that didn't stir in easily. However, after baking the muffins, the lumps disappeared. Cooked and ready to eat...
    On the second batch, I ran the mix though a sifter which quickly got rid of the lumps in the mix before I added any water. With the lumps sifted out, this second batch of muffins mixed up in a matter of seconds. The whole family really loved these muffins. They were fluffy and melted in our mouths. They have a light vanilla flavor and in my opinion are good enough that they don't need butter to make them good. Honey Wheat Bread And Roll Mix Dry Mix...
    We made both rolls and loaves with the Honey Wheat Bread And Roll Mix. The recipe suggests using only 6 cups of mix to make three loaves of bread. The instructions on the can doesn't mention that it was designed for 4-1/2" X 8-1/2" pans. If you have 5"X9" bread pans, use 7 cups of the mix instead to make three larger loaves, or 10 cups mix for a larger pan 4 loaf batch. Computing yeast and water requirements for these different sized batches, for each cup of mix you'll need 3/8 cup water and 1 teaspoon (1/3 tablespoon) yeast. Freshly Baked From The Mix...
  • 60. Organic Soup, Organic Quiche, Organic Pizza, Organic Pasta - Home Delivery Overn
    Years of cooking for my busy family gave me an Organic pizza Here s a readymadepizza that s just Organic pasta Salad Traditional salad of mixed steamed and
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