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Fusilli Puttanesca

Quick, hot and spicy — the name of this classic pasta sauce translates to “whore’s pasta.” Not intended to be a characterization of the d...

by Joseph Hall and Elaine Sullivan


Whole Wheat Pasta with Braised Savoy Cabbage and Fen...

Whole-wheat pasta has a robust, nutty, grainy taste that I like with winter greens and cabbage. The pasta’s texture suffers a little beca...

by Janet Fletcher

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Fusilli with Sausage and Zucchini

Savory sausage and sweet zucchini are a great combination, and adding some fresh tomatoes ties everything together. Try using a plain por...

by Giuliano Hazan


Tomato, Cheese, and Anchovy Sauce

This spicy tomato-and-anchovy sauce is the perfect accompaniment for plain fusilli.

by Mary Ann Esposito


Swiss Chard, Rotini, and Cannellini Beans in Parmesa...

ALL TOO OFTEN, PEOPLE TOSS AWAY THE RINDS FROM THEIR PARMESAN, NOT REALIZING what flavorful bounty they are. Just like the greens from le...

by Stephanie Stiavetti and Garrett McCord


Quick Minestrone Soup

With a quick glance, this may seem to have a long list of ingredients. But basically, it’s just some beans and pasta, with lots of vegeta...

by Bonnie Tandy Leblang


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


Penne with Asparagus and Prosciutto

This is one of our favorites in spring when sweet, meaty asparagus is in season. To infuse this sauce with a rich asparagus flavor, I sav...

by Giuliano Hazan


Pasta Primavera

Although it can be enjoyed any time of year, this colorful dish is intended to celebrate the delicate fresh vegetables associated with sp...

by Moosewood Collective


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


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