Tag: italian

  • Why Italian Sunday Dinner is Making a Comeback!

    One of the most memorable moments I have growing up in an Italian household was Sunday dinner. This was the single most talked about meal of the week. “What do you want for dinner on Sunday” my dad would always ask on a Tuesday afternoon! Now keep in mind Sunday dinner was usually around 2-4pm […]

  • Farfalle Pasta & Peas

    Farfalle Pasta & Peas

    Absolutely one of my favorites! I could probably eat the entire pound of pasta in this dish if I wouldn’t have such a guilty conscience afterwards haha This pasta dish is so simple to make, using common household ingredients. It is unbelievably creamy and delicious and definitely a great “go-to” for unexpected company or after a long day. Enjoy this dish with a piece of warm garlic bread fresh out of the oven and a glass of Pinot Grigio or simply by itself. Cheers!

  • Pasta Fagioli Soup (Pasta & Beans)

    Pasta Fagioli Soup (Pasta & Beans)

    This pasta fagioli soup is the Italian version of American chili. Hands down this pasta fagioli recipe blows away the pasta fagioli olive garden recipe! For more pasta fagioli soup recipes follow us on social media or subscribe to this blog.

  • Gnocchi Pasta Recipe With Browned Butter And Sage

    Gnocchi Pasta Recipe With Browned Butter And Sage

    This how to make gnocchi recipe is as simple as it can get! This simple gnocchi pasta incorporates only 4 main ingredients. To make them you can use a gnocchi board or a fork.

  • White Bean Crostini Recipe

    White Bean Crostini Recipe

    Crostini is definitely one of my favorite appetizers whether for a dinner party or just a friend coming over for wine and conversation. It’s a dish that is so versatile and can be made 1,000 different ways. Simple, fun and always delicious… can you ask for anything more? Enjoy!

  • Italian Ricotta and Rice Pie

    Italian Ricotta and Rice Pie

    Easter pie (pastiera) is found all over Italy, but its origins are Neapolitan. Tender pasta frolla pastry pies filled with fresh ricotta cheese and rice, sweetened with sugar, were made in batches, wrapped in clear cellophane, and given away as Easter gifts. Many variations of this classic have survived; some use wheatberries or orzo (tiny […]