Posts Tagged "Italian"

Linguine with Pickled Peppers and Crab

Listen, I am a total psycho for not having put pickled peppers in pasta my whole life. I feel like I really blew it on that one. If you need me I’ll be making up for lost time by eating loads and loads of this pasta. Please only interrupt if neccessary. But seriously, pickled peppers are a perfect addition to Read More

Ma! The Meatloaf!

For any people that are confused about the title of this post, you may be excused to go watch Wedding Crashers right now. For the rest of you, let’s make some meatloaf! I’m psyched. I’m sure some of you are thinking, “meatloaf?! Really?” BUT, I will have you know that this meatloaf is not like other meatloaf, It’s a cool Read More

Barilla Collezione Bucatini with Smoky Amatriciana

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Barilla®. The opinions and text are all mine. I recently was offered the opportunity to spend time at the Barilla U.S. Headquarters with some of my favorite, most talented blogger friends and Barilla Executive Chef Lorenzo Boni, to cook with their Collezione line of pastas—I jumped at the chance! Read More

Italian Baked Eggs with Prosciutto

So, good news, there’s a dog in this post! NOT in the recipe, don’t worry. Also in good news, I’m sharing one of my favorite breakfast recipes—Italian Baked Eggs with Prosciutto! Let’s back up to the dog. I was taking care of my sister’s dog, Marty, when I was shooting this recipe. She hung out on the balcony with me Read More

Tuna Stuffed Roasted Pepper Boats

Now that holiday season is upon us, it’s time to dive into the best part—food! Isn’t the best part of holiday parties the food? Is that just me? Oh well, here is a recipe for one of my absolute favorite appetizers that will be so perfect for, you guessed it, a holiday party! But, I mean, you can definitely also Read More

Chicken Piccata with Arichokes and Jalapeños

Everybody loves Chicken Piccata, right? Such a classic! While classics are always, well, classic, sometimes they need a little spicing up. That is exactly (literally) what I’m doing here! You’re going to love the new, spicy chicken piccata. One of the most important parts of this recipe is the thickness (or should we say thinness) of the chicken. The chicken Read More

Balsamic Roasted Tomatoes

Roasting tomatoes is one of the easiest ways to amp up the flavor in everyday dishes. And when I say easy, I mean REALLY, really easy. There are lots of ways to roast tomatoes but these balsamic ones are my favorite! When you roast tomatoes, the flavor concentrates so they end up more flavorful (duh) and a little sweeter. Roasting Read More

The Best Bruschetta

When I was in third (or fourth?) grade, I wrote and turned in a story called “When the lights went out” That was literally the exact same story that Mr. Mertle, from The Sandlot, told Smalls and Benny about how he lost his sight. I’m talking, I stole the entire story, wrote it as if I came up with it Read More

Orzo with Grape Tomatoes and Fresh Mozzarella

Spoiler alert: This is one of the easiest pastas I can think of. So easy, in fact, that I hadn’t even written a recipe for it and wasn’t planning on doing so because it’s almost too easy to even be called a recipe. That is, until I made it for my best friend’s baby shower a year ago (Hi Paige! Read More

Easy Naan Pizza with Fresh Mozzarella and Coppa

Pizza! Everybody loves pizza, right? Well, actually one time I did meet someone who didn’t like pizza but it was so bizarre, I’m not sure if it even counts. Like, I’m pretty sure she was an alien. I kept an eye on her all night to see if she would shed her human suit and reveal herself as an alien Read More