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13 Responses

    1. Sarah Nasello

      Hi Gary,

      Thank you for your question, and for reading! I’m just about to post it here on the blog, but I’d be happy to email it to you, too, so that it’s easy to print. Just send me an email to dine@sarellos.com so that I have your email address. Thanks and Happy Easter!

  1. Marjean Hanson

    I am looking for the recipe for the clone of Molton Lava Cakes. It had an unusual Italian name and was published in the forum a year ago or so. I have made it several times and for some reason, I have misplaced the recipe. It is the one you can put in the freezer and bake right before serving. They were wonderful!! My daughter is coming this weekend and has requested this dessert! Can you help me?

    1. Sarah Nasello

      Hi Marjean, and thanks so much for reading. I have sent you an email reply, too, but the recipe you are seeking is not one of ours. I’ve forwarded your request on to the Variety/SheSays editor at The Forum to see if she can help us track it down. I will keep you posted! (This cake sounds so good that now I want the recipe, too!)

  2. Kara

    I was interested in the recipe from ND Today show where you made the Spinach and Strawberry salad with the candied nuts. I’d love to find it! Thank you…..so enjoy watching you on the show!

    1. Sarah Nasello

      Hi Kara, and thanks for your comments. So glad to hear that you enjoy watching Tony on ND Today. I haven’t received this recipe from him yet, but found it posted online at NDToday.tv. Here is the link for the recipe and video segment:

      Let me know if you have any trouble with the link. Thank you so much for watching and reading – and happy cooking! – Sarah

  3. Rita Rueckert

    Hello! Was wondering if you are still having the soup tastings this Tuesday and Wednesday? Haven’t seen any information posted regarding the submitted recipes.

  4. Diana Bosse

    I would like your recipe for gnocchi-I thought I saved the paper from that day, but now I can’t find it. Thanks! Also what types of sauce to pour over.

  5. Ann Wilson

    Hi, I’m looking for the recipe you had for Nutella cookie bars.. I made them but now have lost the recipe. Would you email it to me please? Thank you!

    1. Sarah Nasello

      Hi Ann, and thanks for your comments. Unfortunately, the recipe you are seeking is not one we have featured. I did a quick search on inforum.com to see if they may have run this recipe from another source, but didn’t come up with anything close to nutella cookie bars. Do you have any idea when you may have seen it in the paper? If so, I can contact my the Variety staff to see if they have any ideas. Let me know and I’ll be happy to do what I can to help you find it. 🙂 – Sarah

  6. Hi, Sarah:

    I lost the best chicken recipe you had about two years ago, maybe three. It was the Chicken Satay recipe and one of the ingredients was Open Pit BB Q sauce, Thai chili garlic paste, etc. Could you possibly find that one for me and email it to me?. I cleaned out some recipes and accidentally tossed it. It was our favorite “go to recipe” for grilling chicken.

    Thank you.

    1. Sarah Nasello

      Hi Sherri,

      Thank you for your comments. Unfortunately, we are not familiar with the recipe you are seeking, and suspect that it must have come from another source. The only recipe for satay we have shared features pork with Indonesian flavors and peanut sauce. If it was featured in The Forum, it could be from any number of sources, as they pull food articles from the wires in addition to featuring our column each Wednesday. If that’s the case, you may want to reach out to their editorial team to see if they can track down this recipe. So sorry we can’t be of more help.

      Happy cooking! – Sarah

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