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Mac and Ham and Cheese

This is admittedly a crazy, over-the-top rendition of the classic-and one of the many reasons I love Bruce’s creativity in the kitchen. D...

by Bruce Weinstein and Mark Scarbrough

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Baked Ziti with Sausage and Tomatoes

Baked ziti in a hearty meat sauce is a great way to feed a hungry family; use either pork or turkey sausages.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner

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Chicken Liver, Tomato, and Sage Sauce

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

by Marie Simmons


Swordfish-Olive Pasta

I like to use twists, shells, or ridged ziti for this dish: something that will catch all the tangy bits of olive and capers. What you wa...

by James Beard


Macaroni with Eggplant Meatballs

Here’s a nice choice for an Italian-American vegetarian macaroni-and-“meatball” dish that my mother makes. The meatballs are made using c...

by Mary Ann Esposito


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


Baked Pasta with Gruyere and Mushrooms

Think of this as French macaroni and cheese. Or, as the most outrageous macaroni and cheese you’ll ever eat. It is worth the extra time a...

by Rick Rodgers


Chicken Mac and Cheese

We call this the grown-up version of Mac and Cheese at Foster’s Market; all you need is a crisp green salad to make your meal complete.

by Sara Foster


Pasta with Cranberry Beans and Greens

Although various types of dried beans are familiar to us, the same beans, fresh and tender in their pods, are something of a novelty. In ...

by Deborah Madison


Pastitsio for a Party

This is one of the best Greek dishes I know, a good oven dish that’s very rich and full flavored. It comes from Leon Lianides, the owner ...

by James Beard


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