Football season is in full swing, and that means one thing: nachos! My biggest pet peeve when it comes to nachos, is that often times you get a naked chip. A lone tortilla chip without any sight of cheese, salsa, or meat. To prevent this from happening, I made a layered nacho recipe so that each chip has a lil something!
Cacio e Pepe is a classic Roman dish. It translates to cheese and pepper, which are the two main ingredients. This version is a modern twist on the traditional pasta and is inspired by Fox & The Knife, an unbelievable restaurant located in Boston.
This traditional basil pesto recipe is a simple, no-cook sauce that you can. use in pasta dishes, marinades, fish, and more!
You only need a few simple ingredients for this traditional Roman pasta dish. The sauce is silky, and made from eggs and cheese. Salty guanciale adds the perfect flavor to this classic recipe.
This butternut squash macaroni and cheese recipe is creamy, cheesy, and oh so delicious. It’s kid-friendly and parent-approved, too!
Searching for a pumpkin recipe? My pumpkin bolognese is a fall-take on an Italian classic. It’s the perfect comforting meal for warmer weather!