Tony and Stephanie are back in the kitchen with the perfect Sunday pasta recipe. (Credit CBS 2)

Tony’s Table: Pasta With Sausage

Tony Tantillo and his daughter Stephanie are back in the kitchen, today they are bringing together sausage, pasta, broccoli, and potatoes to make a dish perfect for Sunday afternoons.


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Cooking On The Couch: Fettuccine Alfredo

Whipping up a traditional Fettuccine Alfredo isn’t just about the butter and cheese. To show us how to get it just right, we called in a master. Russell Bellanca, owner of the Alfredo of Rome restaurant in Manhattan, visited us on The Couch to give us the scoop.


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Cooking On The Couch: Pasta Checca

Father Jim Vlaun, diocese of Rockville Centre, and Chaplain to the New York Jets, stops by The Couch to make his signature Pasta Checca.


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Tony’s Table: Bucatini Pasta With Salmon

Tony Tantillo shows you how to make this delicious pasta, asparagus and salmon dish.


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2 In The Kitchen: Easy One-Pot Pasta Salad

Fire Island Cookbook guys Mike DeSimone and Jeff Jenssen stopped by CBS 2 to whip up this quick and easy recipe.


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Tony’s Table: Salmon With Asparagus And Pasta

If you like salmon and asparagus, you’ll love this dish.


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Tony’s Table: Fresh Squid Ink Pasta with Shellfish

Tony Tantillo makes black fettuccine allo scoglio for two a.k.a. fresh squid ink pasta with shellfish.


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Tony’s Table: Tony’s Summer Pasta

CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo cooks up this summertime favorite.


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Tony’s Table: Sausage Mushroom Pasta

In this segment of Tony’s Table, CBS 2’s Tony Tantillo and Cindy Hsu cook a fresh dish of sausage mushroom pasta.


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Thousands Pack The Carbs In Marathon’s Pasta-Fest

NEW YORK (CBS 2) – Thousands packed the carbohydrates in the annual Pasta-Fest in Central Park on Saturday in preparation for the New York City Marathon. It’s become a right of passage for the participants […]