Spaghetti Carbonara is one of my all time favorites and this recipe comes from my favorite food writer of all times, Ruth Reichl. Join me for this month’s Cook the Books feature, Reichl’s Comfort Me with Apples. . . . → Read More: Spaghetti Carbonara
We really are an eclectic group of film goers at Food ‘n Flix. Last month we watched Bridgette Jones’ Diary, a truly adult film. We have watched many foreign films including dramas like Babette’s Feast and documentaries like Jiro Dreams of Sushi. But every once in a while, the membership likes to throw in an animated . . . → Read More: Spaghetti and Meatballs for Food ‘n Flix
Most of my featured recipes for #TripleSBites have been finger foods and appetizers because what could be more romantic than sharing food with your lover?
Although I whole heartedly endorse finger-feeding as being one of the sexier food pursuits, I would rank pasta right up there with food of romance.
This pasta is saucy . . . → Read More: Sun Dried Tomato Pasta with Broccoli and Bacon for #TripleSBites
Come along with me as we spend a thousand days in Venice…. . . . → Read More: Braised Mushrooms with Tagliatelle
Our truly locavore meal featured a Blueberry-Mint Lemonade, Sautéed Padron Peppers, a Spring Pasta with a Butter-Wine Sauce, and Fresh Blueberry Crumble. You are getting four recipes today for the price of one! . . . → Read More: The 12-Mile Dinner
Broccoli, Grape and Whole Wheat Pasta Salad: The perfect accompaniment to our Easter ham. Welcome to April’s Secret Recipe Club Post. . . . → Read More: Broccoli, Grape and Whole Wheat Pasta Salad
Here is a delicious main dish for February’s Secret Recipe Club. . . . → Read More: Peperonata Chicken Pasta
BBT stands for Bacon, Basil and Tomato! Keep reading for a fun fall stopover too. . . . → Read More: Pasta BBT
I have a couple of great aunts that are my idols. Both are in their mid and upper 80s. Both still live on their own and you truly need to get on their social calendars months in advance if you want to go to lunch with them. Between bridge, church projects, volunteering, etc., they are . . . → Read More: Summer Orzo Salad
The next course after the charred octopus was Chef Marcus’ take on Pasta Puttanesca. Puttanesca can be loosely translated to “spicy like a prostitute” and most puttenesca sauces are spicy. Chef Marcus switched it up a bit with his rendition.
(This post is the next installment of our Modern Italian Cuisine Cooking Class with Chef . . . → Read More: Pasta Puttanesca