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Broccoli Soup with Pasta

My family loves broccoli sautéed with garlic and olive oil, so I decided to try it in a soup with pasta. Broccoli's rich and nutty flavor...

by Giuliano Hazan

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Ditalini with Turkey Sausage

This is a dish for kids and kids-at-heart! Ditalini is a fun shape, and the little pasta pieces take well to flavor-packed sausage slices...

by Robin Miller



This hearty soup makes a great lunch or dinner. Feel free to add whatever vegetables are in season. Good with a dollop of pesto, stirred ...

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Borlotti Bean and Pasta Soup

My mother’s pasta e fagiole is the best I’ve ever tasted, because she’s able to make the beans creamy. Her secrets are that she soaks the...

by Wanda Tornabene and Giovanna Tornabene


Sardinian Chick-Pea and Fennel Soup

On the remote island of Sardinia, pasta e fagioli takes the form of a chick-pea, wild fennel, and pasta soup. Either the couscouslike pas...

by Julia della Croce


Pasta E Fagioli

This is that life-saving, thick, pasta-and-bean meal of a soup as sung about by Dean Martin in “That’s Amore.” It’s just the thing you wa...

by Nigella Lawson

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Pasta-Stuffed Peppers

Capers, olives, and anchovies are the Three Musketeers of Southern Italian cooking. Here they are mixed with tomatoes and pasta to stuff ...

by Michele Scicolone


Squash and Spinach Soup

Now, this soup uses real ingenuity. A vibrant green, the soup is beautiful to look at as well as eat. I call this a kitchen-sink soup bec...

by Mary Ann Esposito


Southern French Vegetable Soup

A soupe au pistou is a simple vegetable soup that the guests elevate to lofty heights by dolloping a French-style pesto—called a pistou—i...

by James Peterson


Tuscan Beef Stew

Italian cooks are famous for cooking creatively and deliciously with a handful of ingredients. This stew is typical of Tuscany, where ma...

by Leslie Revsin

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