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Rigatoni with Wild Boar Salami

Preheat the oven to 375°F.Heat the olive oil in a frying pan, and fry half of your salami until quite crisp. Add the onion and garlic and...

by Jamie Oliver


Baked Rigatoni with Tiny Meatballs

In the early years of my career in cooking, the statement that seemed most to startle students and interviewers was that spaghetti and m...

by Marcella Hazan

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Big Pasta with Mushroom, Parsley, Garlic and Thyme

In some ways this is a non-meat-eater’s version of the baked rigatoni above, and it’s certainly true that for a big party I’d serve both...

by Nigella Lawson

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Pasta Timballo

I became obsessed with making a timballo after I saw the movie Big Night, in which the pasta-, meat-, and cheese-stuffed baked “drum” is ...

by Domenica Marchetti


Pepper Confetti Macaroni and Cheese

Diced red, green, and yellow bell peppers give this macaroni the festive look of confetti. The flavor of the vegetables enables you to re...

by Steven Raichlen


Chicken Liver, Tomato, and Sage Sauce

Serve this chunky sauce over large tubular pasta like rigatoni, penne, or ziti.

by Marie Simmons


Chunky Pork Shoulder Ragu

The pork shoulder roast practically melts into this flavorful sauce. A hearty pasta like rigatoni is the perfect choice, and the ragu is ...

by Michele Scicolone

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Pork Ragù for a Crowd

If you are looking for a simple recipe to feed the multitudes, look no further. This robust sauce of stewed pork and sausages is easy to ...

by Domenica Marchetti

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Ragu all Bolognese

A raqu is a slow-simmering meat sauce and is a classic of Bolognese cooking, with many variations. The long, slow cooking in an earthenwa...

by Mary Ann Esposito


Butter and Cheese Noodles

Why serve plain pasta when a little cheese and butter give noodles so much more flavor? I rarely serve kota kapama without these rich, sa...

by Cat Cora


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