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Amaretti Peach Shortcakes with Chantilly Cream

Posted in: Desserts

Almonds and almond extract are natural partners with stone fruits such as peaches because of similar flavor elements. These large shortcakes have crushed amaretti cookies--Italian macaroons sold in pretty red tins by Lazzaroni--added for texture. The aroma of both the dough and the finished biscuit is heavenly.

Amaretto-Coffee Coolers

Posted in: Beverages

A hint of almond infuses this festive ice cream drink.

Amazingly Decadent Chocolate Sauce

Two simple ingredients—chocolate and cream—make up this luscious sauce.

Angel Hair Pasta with Scallops, Spinach and Pine Nuts

Thin strands of pasta are tossed wtih a buttery sauce and tender sea scallops. 

Angel Hair Pasta with Tomatoes, Peas and Shallots

This room-temperature pasta is easy to make and satisfying to eat, especially when the weather is hot. A generous amount of basil imbues it with summer-fresh flavor.

Angel Wings

Posted in: Desserts

The dough for these crisp caramelized cookies (traditionally called palmiers) can be made well in advance, frozen and brought out to bake fresh when needed. They’re at their best when baked and eaten the same day.

Anna’s Escarole Soup

Posted in: Soups and Stews

If it weren’t for a simple accident, the garlic lovers in Anna Napolitano’s family wouldn’t enjoy this soup as much as they do. After deciding to blend two recipes, Anna mistakenly threw in a whole bulb of garlic instead of the two cloves originally called for. The lesson? “I found out that 12 cloves are much better than two!” she says.

Anna’s Escarole Soup

Posted in: Soups and Stews

Anna’s Escarole Soup Sides Cooking Pleasures Anna’s Escarole Soup If it weren’t for a simple accident, the garlic lovers in Anna Napolitano’s family wouldn’t enjoy this soup as much as they do. After deciding to blend two recipes, Anna mistakenly threw in a w

Apple and Dried Plum Clafouti Tart

Posted in: Desserts

This clafouti is a bit different from the traditional one in that it’s baked in a flaky pastry shell, easily made with frozen puff pastry. The filling features apples and prunes, a combination that is beloved in French baking.

Apple and Sausage Dressing

Posted in: Sides

Breakfast pork sausage gives this dressing a traditional, homey flavor, but if you’d like to spice it up, substitute an Italian or another zesty sausage.

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