Sometimes you crave a classic, homemade lasagna.
And then you think, who’s got the time for that?
All that layering.
Sauce/noodles/ricotta/filling/cheese/repeat. Read the rest of this entry »
In an effort to get rid of leftover Easter ham last week, I ended up stumbling across this recipe for “mushroom, ham and cream sauce.”
Speaking of Easter leftovers, I ended up making a total of 24 deviled eggs and 6 eggs worth of egg salad (which I forgot I hate).
This one goes out to the people who like good food but don’t have the time or desire to spend a lot of time hovered over a hot stove.
According to the Kitchen Boss, paninis are quite popular in parts of Italy. I like to imagine that it’s similar to the crepe carts in the touristy part of Paris: all over the place. Read the rest of this entry »
These mini-pizzas are really more of an appetizer.
But I decided to turn them into a dinner. … Because I’m a rule-breaker.
(Who am I kidding? I follow all of the rules. … Always.) Read the rest of this entry »
“I’m a lucky guy.”
This is what my husband said to me upon seeing what I intended to serve for dinner: fully loaded, saucy, mozzarella-laden meatball subs.
And while I was still too full a total of 4 hours after eating one, I had no regrets. (And I didn’t even finish a full sub!) Read the rest of this entry »
Somehow, making this traditional Italian almond biscotti makes me feel legit.
Sure, I burned the bottom of half of them and didn’t quite get the texture right.
But, come on. I made biscotti! Read the rest of this entry »