Nicola Paone was one of the very top Italian restaurants in Manhattan when it closed in 2008. One of their featured dishes was Serenata, which allegedly was so delicious that eating it would make you confess to things you never did. A former patron posts on gardenweb.com that he/she was taken into the kitchen and shown how to make it, but all that is recalled is wide, flat noodles, three cheeses, lots of cream and butter, baked in a skillet, perhaps first stovetop, then in oven. Cannot find the recipe anywhere. Any Hounds have the recipe in their pocket?