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The Monaco Family Favorite Recipes

Editor: Kathleen Monaco

They say the way through a man's heart is through is stomach. Here are some of the family favorite recipes along with those that have been passed down by family members and friends for you to use and treasure through your many years of marriage.

Thank you to everyone that has shared their recipes that have been added to this cookbook. There is a collections of recipes not only from not four family generations but from friends, cousins, aunts and uncles.

Special thank you to my mom Mary Cappellirei who passed away on November 18, 2015 -for the recipes she provided for this cookbook

Featured Recipe

Dill Dip in a Bread Bowl

By Kathleen Monaco

1 Large, round unsliced bread loaf Russian rye bread or other round loaf You can also use Pumpernickel
2 Packages chopped spinach (Place these in a strainer and then squeeze all the water out of it)
1⅓ cups sour cream
1⅓ cups mayonnaise
3 Tablespoons finely chopped fresh parsley (you can use flakes)
2 Tablespoons grated onion

With serrated knife, cut circle from center of bread, keeping sides intact; trim inside of bread to form bowl. Set bread bowl aside and cut remaining bread (part cut from center) into large, bite-size pieces. Set aside.

Combine sour cream, mayonnaise, parsley, onion and spinach together.

Fill hollow portion of bread bowl with the mixture just before serving. Place bread bowl on serving plate and surround it with cut bread pieces. Use bread as dippers. You can also use vegetables, such as (peppers, carrots, celery & broccoli)

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