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osso-buco-with-toasted-garlic-gremolata

Osso Buco with Toasted Garlic Gremolata

Osso Buco, which means “bone with a hole” in Italian, is another braised dish that can be made one or two days ahead. It will only improv...

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baked-pears-in-marsala

Baked Pears in Marsala

Serve this easy Italian dessert comfortingly warm from the oven or bracingly chilled. Good with ladyfingers or Amaretti cookies.

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citrus-zabaglione

Citrus Zabaglione

This hot dessert is a refreshing way to end a meal.

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zabaglione

Zabaglione

Zabaglione (zah-bahl-YOH-neh) is the big show dish of Italian-American restaurants. The tuxedoed headwaiter comes to the table and with g...

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veal-marsala

Veal Marsala

We use Demi-Glace Gold, available in specialty foods shops, some supermarkets, and by mail order from More Than Gourmet (800-860-9385) or...

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real-chicken-marsala

Real Chicken Marsala

Classic Chicken Marsala calls for Marsala wine (of course), a fortified wine from Sicily, white flour, and butter. In this modified Chick...

by Rocco DiSpirito

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zabaglione

Zabaglione

This warm Italian dessert was invented by mistake in the 1600s when fortified wine was poured into egg custard.

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soy-marsala-dipping-sauce

Soy-Marsala Dipping Sauce

Bring the soy sauce, Marsala, sugar, rice vinegar, and mirin to a boil in a small saucepan. Simmer 3 minutes. Combine the cornstarch w...

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day-old-cake-with-fresh-stewed-fruits-and-zabaglione

Day-Old Cake with Fresh Stewed Fruits and Zabaglione

Fruit: In separate saucepans, lightly stew the berries with 2 tablespoons of sugar each, just until they begin to give off their juices....

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chicken-scaloppine-with-oyster-mushrooms-and-marsala

Chicken Scaloppine With Oyster Mushrooms And Marsala

This recipe combines chicken breast with prosciutto in a kind of saltimbocca approach usually done in Italy with veal You could also use ...

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