Sharing a last-minute herby sausage & fennel stuffing if you’re looking to try a new stuffing this year! This is my go-to stuffing, with classic flavor and lots of texture. It’s full of Italian sausage, caramelized onions & fennel, plenty of herbs, and a buttery pistachio & dried apricot topping…baked until golden and slightly crisp on top. Serve it with lots of gravy as the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table. Continue reading “Herby Sausage & Fennel Stuffing”
A big bowl of caramelized fennel paccheri! Large, tube-shaped pasta tossed in a white wine butter sauce with italian sausage, onions & fennel, lots of garlic, wilted spinach, grated pecorino cheese, fresh herbs, and buttery pistachios over top! Easy enough to whip up on a weeknight, yet special enough to make for a dinner party…just add a big salad alongside! Continue reading “Caramelized Fennel Paccheri with Sausage & Pistachios”
A plate of Irish bangers and colcannon mash for your St. Patrick’s Day feast! This is the ultimate festive meal, with juicy pan-roasted pork sausages and a side of mashed potatoes full of Irish cheddar, caramelized cabbage, and leeks. It’s one tasty recipe to whip up this weekend or next week for the holiday! Continue reading “Irish Bangers and Colcannon Mash”
Sharing another soup recipe today that’s rustic, simple, and exactly what I think most of you are craving right now: kale & sausage white bean soup. This hearty soup combines minimal ingredients and is so extremely comforting. It’s got loads of flavor from rich parmesan cheese and a little heat from crushed red pepper. Complete with a side of toasted bread for plenty of dipping.
I’m naming this my essential hearty pasta dish for fall and winter: orecchiette with sausage & butternut squash. It’s a rustic-style pasta that comes together in one pan and has lots of satisfying flavor in every bite.
Italian chicken sausages, creamy cheddar polenta with a kick, and a crisp radicchio pear slaw…the perfect combination for a quick and healthy meal.
If I’m going all out for breakfast, I usually choose to make something sweet…pancakes, waffles, crepes, etc. The rest of my family, most of them being boys, usually wants something they can pour hot sauce over to show up on the table. So, over the years I have come to enjoy savory breakfasts as well. The best part? You can be pretty sure to find some sort of protein and vegetable in a savory breakfast dish, so it’s a more nutritious alternative to the syrup-soaked stack of pancakes.