This my friends, is a pasta for the books: green olive linguine with broccolini & lemon breadcrumbs. It’s tangy, briny, smooth and herbaceous, and takes under 30 minutes to make. So in other words, pasta night heaven!
Think super easy and approachable dinner, but super decadent and exciting all at the same time. That is exactly the best way to describe these seared scallops with bok choy & celery root puree.
We’re having something so special for dinner tonight – seafood cioppino with charred bread. It’s this spicy, rich, tomato-based broth full of shrimp, halibut, mussels, and clams. Served with a side of olive oil charred bread. It is perfect for a dinner party or even just a cozy night at home.
Kicking off the new year with something so healthy and delicious – it’s a really simple herbed white bean hummus with farro & lots of vegetables. Definitely my kind of meal to get back into things and reset after all the holiday eating.
I’m pretty sure I’ve created THE most perfect New Year’s appetizer – onion dip with dill potato chips. It’s quick, easy, and addictingly good. Trust me, if you put this out…it will be gone in minutes!
A cold winter night does not pass by without an insatiable craving for pizza. Most of the times…I give in. And when the pizza is as good as this winter burrata pizza with pistachio chili honey? Making it on a weekly basis is highly likely.
And just like that, it’s time to start planning our New Year’s menus! I’d say there’s nothing better to plan on making than this spinach artichoke dip with scallion relish. It’s the creamiest, cheesiest, perfectly flavored artichoke dip served with a really bright, vibrant, herby topping. Entertaining perfection!
Back with another easy pasta because it’s that time of year where easy pastas are almost a daily occurance! This calabrian chile & burrata pasta with peas is full of flavor, yet so simply delicious. And the best part? It comes together in a matter of minutes.
Entering the Christmas weekend with one thing on my mind: holiday gingerbread pancakes! They’re soft and fluffy, speckled with warm winter spices, full of gingerbread flavor, and incredibly delicious.