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American Heart Association: "Chunky Marinara with Pasta & Seared Chicken," "Classic Margherita Pizza with Whole Wheat Pizza Crust."
Canadian Broadcasting Company: "Neapolitan-Style Mussels."
Diabetes Forecast: "Italian Stuffed Red Peppers."
Food&Wine: "Minestrone with Arborio Rice."
Harvard Health Publishing: "Glycemic index for 60+ foods," "Lycopene-rich tomatoes linked to lower stroke risk."
HealthyChildren.org: "Choose This, Not That: Healthy & Unhealthy Choices at Fast Food Restaurants."
Italian Sons and Daughters of America: "Recipe: Semolina Calamari," "A History of Italian Ice," "Recipe: Cannoli Siciliani."
Kitchn.com: "How To Make Classic Eggplant Parmesan."
New York Times Cooking: "Spaghetti Carbonara."
Philo's Kitchen: "Lemon Granita – Traditional Sicilian Sorbet Recipe."
PBS.org: "Creamy Parmesan Risotto," "Marcella Hazan's Parmesan Risotto," ""Spaghetti Carbonara," "Pumpkin Alfredo with Ricotta Stuffed Shells."
What's Cooking USDA Mixing Bowl: "Oven-Roasted Vegetables," "Grilled Vegetables," "Stuffed Green Peppers."
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