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Cuisine - Italian

Flour tortillas make a wonderful platform for a grilled desert in this recipe from Brad Barrett. Two tortillas form a sandwich that can be filled with sliced fruits and cheeses or in this case with a sweet ricotta cheese filling and chocolate morsels. This one hits all the sweet spots for a great grilled dessert, and it’s an easy dessert that can be made several hours ahead. It’s great served with a dollop of ice cream.

Yes, you can grill some salad ingredients! This modified Italian recipe uses leftover bread, and grilling the stale bread keeps it from getting soggy in the salad. It is a nice accompaniment to grilled meats and poultry and the heat level builds as you eat it.

Rich and Bunny Tuttle, K Cass BBQ: Rich and Bunny told us, “We have experimented with grilling all kinds of different pizzas, and this one is extremely delightful and healthy.”

I thought that these noodles would go well with the short ribs. If you are making them a day ahead of time, store them in the refrigerator.

Sizzlin' Sauces' Mojo's Tapenade blends Kalamata olives with sun dried tomatoes into a great spread that goes wonderfully with not just French bread but also burgers and dogs. If you want something sweeter, try the Razing Cane Garlic Relish. It's sweet, sour, and has just a hint of habanero. Recently, Mark Masker snuck some of each into the Italian sausage sandwiches he was grilling up before a game for some friends and they loved it.

Here's a manageable size with all the same great ingredients as the big one.  The original was made of Italian sausage, which is always 100 percent pork.

Serve these tasty sausages with grilled onions and peppers, cole slaw, and some crunchy bread.

This dish sounds like a belligerent and problematic pet but, in actual fact, it’s a traditional, delicious and spicy Italian dish from the Umbrian country-side.

This minestrone is so vegetarian it’s almost vegan (except for those pesky little orzos)! Serve it with a hamburger (just kidding—make that a veggie burger) or with a side salad and some crusty bread. Read Dave DeWitt's entire spicy spring soup article here.

Now here’s a delicious spring vegetarian dish that utilizes new potatoes, and feel free to increase their number and reduce the eggplant if you so desire.
 

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