i need some recipes to prepare a lunch saturday

Fried eyes - not so exotic, please ;)
@pierone (1895)
Italy
November 12, 2008 1:18pm CST
Hello folks, next saturday i will have some friends for lunch, here at home. I would like to prepare something different. Italian recipes are good, but you know, we always eat them;) Can you suggest me some recipes of your country? Please something quite easy to prepare, i'm not a so bad cooker, but you know, i'm not habbit to cook foreigner food. Thanks in advance.
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@oyenkai (4398)
• Philippines
13 Nov 08
I'm not here to suggest. I'd just like to say COOL PICTURE! I'd love to have a taste of those FRIED EYES :D
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@stinge (808)
• United States
12 Nov 08
I got some good easy recipes for you. I had this cake from india once. It had curry goat frosting with mustard cream filling. That's a taste to remember. Sandwiches are allways easy. Try this, mayonaise with pepperoni and spam. Vienna Sausages covered by a nice warm cottage cheese topping. If you wanna take the healthy route, egg whites and spinach cooked in yogurt and GNC's muscle milk protien powder mix. Followed by a healthy snack that consists of tuna fish and peanut butter sandwiched in between 2 dried up rice cakes. Now doesn't that sound better than that picture of fried eye balls you got up there?
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@maferick (1583)
• Brazil
4 Jan 09
this recipe that i will share with you is a classic italian lunch,hope you like it SERVES 12 (change servings and units) Ingredients * 1/3 cup part-skim ricotta cheese * 1/4 cup asiago cheese or romano cheese, grated (plus additional for sprinkling) * 1/4 cup frozen chopped spinach, thawed, squeezed and drained * salt, to taste * fresh ground black pepper, to taste * 1 (10 ounce) package refrigerated prepared pizza crust * 1 egg yolk, beaten with * 1 teaspoon water Directions 1. Heat oven to 425 degrees F. 2. In medium-size bowl combine ricotta and Asiago cheeses, spinach, and salt and pepper, to taste; set aside. 3. On lightly floured surface, unroll pizza crust. 4. Roll out to 14-inch square. 5 Using 3 1/2-inch round cookie cutter, cut out 12 circles; brush edges with some of egg yolk mixture. 6. Place 1 teaspoon filling on lower half of each circle; fold pastry over to enclose, pressing edges of fork to seal. 7. Brush with remaining egg yolk mixture; spit the top of each with point of sharp knife and sprinkle with additional grated Asiago cheese. 8. Place calzone on large, greased cookie sheet. 9. Bake 5 to 7 minutes, until puffed and golden; cool slightly before serving.