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Striped Farfalle Pasta Salad

Salads are one of my all-time favorite ways to eat pasta. Pasta salads are simple but endlessly versatile; you can dress them up with gre...

by Rick Tramonto


Bow Tie and Broccoli Salad

1. In a skillet, heat sesame oil and sauté raisins, stirring frequently. Remove with a slotted spoon, and set aside in a small bowl. Quic...

by Sharon Lebewohl


Almond-Crusted Macaroni and Cheese

Macaroni and cheese is one of the most notable American comfort foods, with a long, gooey, and yummy history. It was already on the menu ...

by Andrea Tutunjian and Cara Tannenbaum


Farfalle with Bacon, Peas, and Sage

This is an easy version of pasta carbonara, without any egg yolks, so there is no chance of the sauce splitting. My kids must have this f...

by Gordon Ramsay


Farfalle with Carbonara and Spring Peas

This is a twist on the classic carbonara, using spring peas and smoky bacon. A great combination and a great one for the kids. My girls j...

by Jamie Oliver


Farfalle with Sweet Green Peas and Prosciutto Cotto

We used to grow our own peas here at Gangivecchio, back when there was someone to shell them. But times have changed. Now we have a small...

by Wanda Tornabene and Giovanna Tornabene


Mac and Cheese Salad with Buttermilk Dressing

My take on mac and cheese is a chilled pasta salad with creamy buttermilk dressing and ricotta salata. In the spring, toss in some blanc...

by Tom Douglas


Bow Ties with Pesto, Feta, and Cherry Tomatoes

This is just one example of how a good pesto can be used so well in so many ways. People always rave about this combo, and I can’t blame...

by Dave Lieberman


Butterfly Pasta with Peas, Tomatoes, Sausage, and Cream

This is a luscious and simple sauce, definitely one of my everyday favorites. The cream softens the edges of the tomato sauce without mak...

by Janet Fletcher


Farfalle with Smoked Salmon, Snow Peas, and a Lemon-...

Although they're very popular in the United States, cold pasta dishes are rarely found in Italy. Like most American pasta salads, this on...

by Alfred Portale


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