My 12 Best Recipes: For Living the Sweet Life

Hand Rolled Lasagna

Probably my most signature dish

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Linguine with Chicken and Asparagus

A staff favorite

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Frittata with Spinach and Mushrooms

You’ll never go hungry if you know how to make one of these

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Pan Seared Crusted Fresh Mozzarella

A twist on the caprese  salad

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Tuna Steak Puttanesca

Simplicity and freshness at it’s best

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Potato/Ricotta Gnocchi

Light as a cloud – fresh pasta you can make without a pasta machine

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Angel Hair with Goat Cheese and Arugula

Addictingly good – perfection in it’s simplicity

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Leftovers Salad

With sautéed string beans and wild mushrooms

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Easy as Pie Pizza Dough

Never fail made from scratch crust that you’ll never get tired of topping

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Seafood Risotto

It’s easier than you think and OMG delicious

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 Roasted Salmon with a Fruit Salsa

The perfect summer dish – for a few or many

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Profiteroles with Ice Cream and Chocolate Ganache

Looks totally impressive but even a 12 year old can make this and she did.

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5 Responses to My 12 Best Recipes: For Living the Sweet Life

  1. Vince Perry July 25, 2013 at 7:50 pm #

    OMG, the recipes are so good. I make the pizza dough every Thursday night for Friday ,what a way to start the weekend ! I have made many of Chef’s recipes and love them all ! I also love her insights for living and loving.Bravo.
    Vince

    • chefsilvia July 25, 2013 at 10:46 pm #

      Wow Vince. So glad you like the recipes and are using them.

  2. diane ferguson August 1, 2013 at 11:44 am #

    I am one if the staff members who loved the chicken and asparagus. Still make it often and everyone loves it.

    • chefsilvia August 1, 2013 at 1:22 pm #

      OMG…Diane! Not just a staff member, my right hand and the best pastry chef around. Seriously, I still get emails asking for your recipes. So great to hear from you. Hope you and yours are all well and thank you for your comment. Glad you’re still making and eating this delicious dish. Let’s catch up soon.

  3. Stacy September 6, 2014 at 10:35 pm #

    My husband and I had lap band and this harvest minestrone was my first love after that we could eat without any issues. I love to cook and your recipes are divine, thank you sooooo much. My husband is 100° Italian and everything I make from here he loves

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