Oh, my goodness talk about comfort food at its best! Loaded with sausage, bacon, potatoes, and kale, it’s so delicious and filling that you and your family will want this classic Zuppa Toscana soup often and you’ll be happy to have leftovers. Serve with crusty Italian bread.
Move over sourdough, it’s time to bake ciabatta. Baking fresh ciabatta take a bit of time, but it’s worth it.
Luscious, ripe pears are a particularly lovely early autumn crop. With their undulating curves and unique shades of pale green, ivory and buckskin tan, a bowl full of pears makes a gorgeous centerpiece. Revel in this season and make this delicious Italian Pear Cake. It’s easy to make and a...
As the weather transitions I like to make heartier dishes and this risotto recipe is one that I like to make often. My basil plant is on its way out and I really need to use it before it is too late. A drizzle of basil oil provides a distinctive...
The weather is changing and this is when I like to start making soups. I always make sure to make enough for leftovers that are excellent for the next day’s lunch. I like using a short pasta for this soup, but you may use whatever you have on hand.
I make a lot of pizza and don’t really like to buy canned pizza sauce so I make my own and keep it on hand.
This easy pasta dish is made with homemade basil pesto that you will want to serve for a light and healthy dinner.
Yesterday I found beautiful fresh figs at an island farm stand. They are delicious eating on their own, but I also put them in a stunning summer salad.
I love pasta dishes, but I don’t always love the calories. This pasta recipe preserves the decadent spirit of a classic dish while cutting back on butter and cream to make a wholesome family meal in a small amount of time.