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Pasta with Fresh Lemon and Basil

This exquisite lemon pasta is prepared by lightly sautéing the garlic in a good quality olive oil with the fragrant zest of a lemon. It is an easy first course dish to prepare, especially in the summer.  What makes this dish distinct is that the juice of one lemon is added to the boiling pasta water to enhance the flavor of the pasta.  Additionally, some of lemon flavored pasta water can be used as an ingredient and added to...

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Linguini with Shrimp and Zucchini

An ideal sauce for summer made with fresh garden zucchini and wild-caught shrimp. Fragrant, easy to prepare and ready in just a few minutes! Chef Alba Linguini with Shrimp and Zucchini An ideal sauce for summer made with fresh garden zucchini and wild-caught shrimp. Fragrant, easy to prepare and ready in just a few minutes! Chef Alba 3/4 pound thin or regular linguini1/2 pound medium-large shrimp wild-caught shrimp (deveined and shelled)3 - 4 cloves of garlic (minced)3 – 4 ...

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Lemon Carbonara Spaghetti

The pasta carbonara is one of the most emblematic dishes of Rome and the Lazio region of Italy. This recipe originated in the early 1900s because of easy-to-find ingredients. We are adding lemon to this dish to make it even more scrumptious. Chef Alba Lemon Carbonara Spaghetti The pasta carbonara is one of the most emblematic dishes of Rome and the Lazio region of Italy. This recipe originated in the early 1900s because of easy-to-find ingredients. We are adding lemon...

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Orzo Pasta with Fresh Lemon and Herbs

A sprinkling of lemon zest gives this pasta dish an unmistakable scent.   The lemon juice becomes the seasoning of this dish, a delicate and light citrus flavor. The key is not to overdo with the quantity of lemon, otherwise it risks covering all the other flavors. It should be the right balance of lemon juice and a good quality of olive oil. Add the lemon juice gradually for best result. Chef Alba Orzo Pasta with Fresh Lemon and...

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Bruschetta with Ricotta-Lemon

The bruschetta originated in Tuscany. The term "bruscato" means, roasted, or charred, roasted in the oven or on the grill. The original bruschetta had only extra virgin olive oil, salt, and pepper, then it was rubbed with fresh garlic. Worldwide there are dozens of toppings that can be used on bruschetta.  This recipe is an original because of the simple use of good quality ricotta, zest of fresh lemon, and fresh basil. What could be better than this refreshing...

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