Palia e Fieno is a classic Italian dish that translates to “straw and hay”. The recipe gets its name from the two types of pasta used—egg fettuccine for the straw, and spinach fettuccine for the hay. Straw and hay pasta is usually served with prosciutto, sweet peas and sometimes mushrooms in a cream sauce. For my version, I topped it Read More
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Asparagus Mimosa is a classic French dish of asparagus, hard boiled egg and a vinaigrette. It’s perfect for spring! For my version, I swapped the dressing’s vinegar for lemon, added crispy prosciutto and plenty of fresh herbs. The dish is named after the mimosa flower, which is yellow and white, not the drink! Although, with this recipe being so perfect Read More
It’s honestly hard for me to keep my emotions in check whenever I make this recipe. The contrast of pure joy while eating it to the deep despair I feel when it’s gone is pretty extreme. Okay, yes, I’m being dramatic but I truly do get sad when it’s all gone. The last bite is usually followed by, “I miss Read More
Holiday parties are here and that question, “do we need to bring something?” is running rampant. These crostini are the perfect appetizer for a holiday party or any other get together, for that matter! THESE are what you should bring. After making this recipe numerous times, I’ve settled on breakfast radishes as my radish of choice. Because of their shape, Read More
Today, I am sharing one of my favorite recipes and I’m so excited … beet cured salmon! If you’re like me and love, LOVE salmon, you’re definitely going to want to make this. I have to be honest, I’m a little embarrassed that I haven’t been curing my own salmon this whole time (I mean, not my whooole life. Like, obviously Read More