Unlike stuffing or mashed potatoes, mac and cheese isn’t a completely traditional Thanksgiving dish. But, if it’s on the table it always gets devoured…and this baked mac & cheese is definitely the one you’ll want to make.
Classic French onion soup is a fall and winter staple. Mine is rich, full of deeply caramelized onions, full of warming herb flavor, and of course topped with lots of melted gruyere cheese over slices of toasted baguette.
Turkey meatballs + whole grain pasta is the perfect thing to make when you want a dinner that’s healthy, but also cozy and comforting.
Mashed avocado, whipped ricotta, fresh tomatoes, AND fried eggs. All of this piled onto crusty, olive oil-drizzled toasts. Need I say more? It’s breakfast bruschetta and it’s amazing.
Pasta & wine…a match made in heaven. Instead of just adding wine to the sauce or having a glass alongside your pasta, why not cook the pasta directly in the wine?! This fettuccine gets a nice red wine bath as it cooks. And the result is unlike anything you’ve had before.