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  • Classic Tomato Sauce

    Classic Tomato Sauce

    The sign of a good  Italian restaurant is a classic tomato sauce. La Dolce Vita, on Santa Monica Boulevard in Beverly Hills, CA is  a little Italian restaurant  that has been there unassumingly since 1966. While outwardly it’s unremarkable, inside it is the keeper of stories of some of Hollywood’s most notorious characters and the food is an event in itself to be enjoyed, encompassing all of your senses. Family sized Recipe Ingredients 5 pounds of fresh tomato Bring to a boil let […]

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  • Quick and Easy Sweet Italian Sausage Recipe

    Quick and Easy Sweet Italian Sausage Recipe

    Quick and easy can also be bold & flavorful as I found out when I whipped up a last minute supper, using Sweet Italian Sausage and other things I already had on hand. Sometimes I just don’t feel like going to the store. It could be too hot, to cold, raining, I have a blog post to write or I just simply feel like getting creative and envisioning myself on the set of Chopped.

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  • Escarole and Beans, A Skinny Italian Side Dish #Recipe #SundaySupper

    Escarole and Beans, A Skinny Italian Side Dish #Recipe #SundaySupper

    Escarole and Beans is my absolute favorite skinny Italian side dish. It’s almost a soup, but, my friend Lucille who first made me this for me says it a side dish so, it’s a side dish! It is so easy, fresh and flavorful. It’s also filling and if you’re anything like me, someone who likes to eat large portions, you will love escarole and beans too! It’s a no guilt dish with an 80z serving having only about 125 calories and the perfect compliment to any Sunday Supper!

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  • Spending the Night in Dracula’s Castle?

    Spending the Night in Dracula’s Castle?

    Route Planning has proven to be fun and challenging. The challenging part has been figuring out things like which border crossings foreigners are allowed to enter and  which roads to take in the areas uncharted by Google Maps. The fun part has been anticipating the things we’ll do and see along the way Over the next few weeks leading up to the Mongol Rally, my teammate, Dave Bouskill of thePlanetD.com, and I will be describing certain legs of our journey […]

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  • Smokey Tomato Bisque

    Smokey Tomato Bisque

    Another Great Recipe from Vicky Akins …. One of the best things about cold weather, is that it fosters our addiction to comfort food.  There’s nothing quite like retreating from the chilly weather, peeling off your frozen gloves, stomping the snow off your boots & being greeted by the delicious smell of homemade soup.  If you don’t live in an area that gets cold, I think you’re missing out. I don’t know too many people who don’t have

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