Irish Soda Bread

NOTE: There are many recipes for this bread, but this is one of the best.  It is sweet with a delicious texture and a crunchy crust that makes it mouth-watering good!

Corn Beef & Cabbage

NOTE:    After making this dish several times, I finally listened to my Irish friend who says he always slathered whole grain mustard over the top of the brisket.  Wow!  What a difference this mustard made.  You will absolutely this traditional dish. 

Italian Breaded Cauliflower

NOTE:  You will love this mouth-watering crunchy cauliflower.  Sprinkle it with Parmesan cheese, or use it with your favorite marinara….yum!

Rosalie’s Cannoli Cake

A beautiful cake that taste great, just like a cream filled Cannoli.   NOTE:  This cake is a replica of the classic cream-filled cannoli pastry all wrapped up into a cake.  It is light, smooth, and delicious!

Best Spinach and Artichoke Dip with Toasted Pita Wedges

NOTE:  This is an old faithful that has never lost its popularity.  It is still as wonderful as ever, with the satin feel in your mouth and bits of warm spinach and artichoke combined in luscious cheeses.  Serve with your favorite toasted breads or crackers.

Cabbage Vegetable Lentil Soup

  NOTE:  Italians love lentils, and this soup is a hearty cabbage vegetable soup that includes lentils.  It is great with or without meat.  Easy to make and easy to keep up to 4 days in the refrigerator.               …

Rosalie’s Best Guacamole

NOTE:  After making guacamole over and over one day, I finally stumbled onto this recipe. It was so good, I had to make it again just to see if it was still true to the test.  It you love guacamole, you will love this recipe!

Italian Beef Soup with Meatballs

Note:  My mother, Ann Fiorino, would make this soup almost once a week in the winter.  We would always look forward to dipping her homemade Italian bread in the hot broth and savoring the little meatballs.