The coziest soup we all need for the winter season: tuscan ribollita soup with greens & butter beans. It’s hearty & satisfying, with bold tomato and nutty parmesan flavors running throughout. Sit down to a hot bowl for lunch or maybe add on a big salad to turn it into the perfect soup + salad dinner.
Introducing my favorite new recipe of the summer: creamy tomato pasta with herb breadcrumbs! This dish has already become a loved classic. It’s simple, rustic, indulgent, and bursting with fresh tomato flavor. I’m using my staple roasted tomato process, cooking them until caramelized with lots of garlic and olive oil. The tomatoes are blended up with a little mascarpone & parmesan for creaminess and flavor. Toss it all together and sprinkle some homemade crispy breadcrumbs on top. SO GOOD.
Very excited to bring you this heirloom tomato gazpacho! The most vibrant, refreshing summer soup that’s creamy, tangy, and full of bright flavor. It’s the easiest recipe that highlights summer produce at its best. I like to serve it with grilled bread for dipping. Perfect way to start any meal or even makes for a wonderful lunch.
In celebration of a “Summer of Sauvignon Blanc” with Geyser Peak Winery, I’m making a rustic herb marinated tomato panzanella salad to pair with a crisp glass of Sauvignon Blanc!
A simple cherry tomato pasta to make all summer long. It celebrates the rustic simplicity of summer cooking and the beautiful tomatoes that will be popping up at the farmer’s markets!
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.
In traditional Italian fashion, my family would make the Feast of the Seven Fishes every Christmas Eve. Over the years, the tradition has changed. We now tend to serve steak and pasta, with only a few of our seafood specialties. Mussels are always a big hit, so this year I am making sure they end up on our holiday table!
What’s better than Thanksgiving dinner? Leftovers! I’ve turned stuffing into meatballs, mashed potatoes into potato cakes, and cranberry sauce into dessert. But sometimes all you need is a good sandwich. A turkey sandwich is probably the easiest post-Thanksgiving meal to quickly whip up. And after putting in all of the effort to cook the bird the day before, you want to extend its eating life as far as possible. Piling it high on a sandwich is just the way to do it!