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Roasted Suckling PigBy Alyssa SaltzmanPorchetta is a savoury, fatty, and moist boneless pork roast of Italian culinary tradition
Herb Crusted Trout FiletBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis is a healthy and very easy fish recipe that can be used for any fresh fish you have in your area.
Dried Fruit Crusted Turkey SkewersBy Alyssa SaltzmanThese skewers can be prepared with turkey, chicken, veal or pork. Coated in nuts and dried fruits, its always a crowd pleaser.
Chicken CacciatoreBy Alyssa SaltzmanIn Italian, cacciatore means "hunter" Chicken Cacciatore is prepared "hunter-style" with onions, tomatoes, and wine.
Chicken Breasts with Cream SauceBy Alyssa SaltzmanWhen my mother was about 10 years old, Kraft introduced a new cheese to Italy called Filadelfia, Yes, spelled like that. Nobody thought to also introcude the bagel in Italy. My grandmother had no idea what to do with this new cheese so she developed this wonderful dish. Kraft has since decided that Italians can handle the correct spelling of Philadelphia.
Capricciosa SausagesBy Alyssa SaltzmanCapricciosa sausage is a Sicilian sausage that is filled with pork, as well as mozzarella and caciocavallo cheese.
Beef Braised in Barolo WineBy Alyssa SaltzmanBarolo wine is a rich and popular wine from Northern Italy. Braising the beef with this wine sauce adds a complexity to the dish that you can't get with other wines.
Tuscan Roasted Chicken and PotatoesBy Alyssa SaltzmanThis is the best recipe you will ever try for roasted chicken and potatoes. Of all the recipes that the CDV team eats every week, this is the one we never get tired of.
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