A new essential spring side dish: crispy potatoes with jammy eggs & bacon. It’s simple yet impressive, includes lots of herbs and lemon, and makes for such a good dish to entertain with.
A pasta salad so good that I probably won’t create another for a very, very long time. Here’s what we’ve got – charred asparagus, caramelized leeks, burst cherry tomatoes, salami, olives, fresh mozzarella, toasted walnuts, lots of herbs, and a garlic oil vinaigrette. It’s truly the only pasta salad recipe you’ll ever need.
This brown butter farro is simple and tasty. It’s the perfect side dish for any meal, or can even be made as a light lunch. It’s full of caramelized wild mushrooms, lemon, herbs, freshly cracked black pepper, and of course some creamy burrata cheese!
If you want a recipe that screams spring, this is it: potato bacon frittata with fresh asparagus and leeks, creamy goat cheese, a mustardy pickled asparagus topping, and lots of fresh herbs. It’s going to be oh so perfect for brunch entertaining this season!
This is my ultimate St. Patrick’s Day side dish that combines everything I love about the holiday: crispy smashed potatoes, simple cabbage sauteed in butter with caraway seeds, roasted radishes, tangy sour cream, and a tart stout mustard sauce that brings it all together.
Roasted sweet potato blended into a light fritter batter full of gouda cheese, fried until golden and crisp, tossed in a silky smooth honey butter glaze, and then drizzled with a spoonful of calabrian chile chimichurri…if you’re feeling it. These sweet potato fritters are such a dreamy little appetizer that is so fun for a dinner party or weekend feast.
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!
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.
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.
This 4-ingredient ricotta gnocchi with a really simple pomodoro sauce & herb oil is going to become your new best friend this holiday season. I’m using sweet, rich Mutti Cherry Tomatoes to create the most delicious dish! Plus, I’m introducing a Week of Christmas Giveaways!!