a delicious, easy meal prep idea that I like to make often. This Italian meatball recipe is one of my favorites. Eric asks me to make this weekly. There are a few easy ingredients and overall the meatballs are prepared and cooked quickly. Your family will love these meatballs.
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!
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!
This baked halibut recipe is a a delicious and healthy weeknight meal! There’s minimal prep and cleanup involved, and it’s under 400 calories. Serve this with a green salad and you have a complete meal!
If you open up my fridge right now, there is a 100% chance that there is homemade hummus front and center. Hummus is great because it’s easy to make, you don’t need wild ingredients, it’s inexpensive, and you can flavor it however you please!
These roasted green beans with almonds and shallots are the perfect side dish to accompany chicken, pork, or beef! Perfect for Thanksgiving!
These baked buffalo wings are crispy and delicious! Perfect for football Sundays or a friendly gathering, everyone will love these! These are spicy and hot, but don’t burn. The baking soda and drying of the wings ensures a crispy outcome – don’t skip these steps! Make my baked buffalo wings this weekend!
This Vegan Three Bean Pumpkin Chili is a hearty, filling recipe that’s perfect for fall. The best part? It’s ready in under an hour and under 500 calories! Grab your favorite toppings and make this easy weeknight dinner tonight!
This Butternut Squash Risotto is an easy fall recipe that’s done in an hour! Vegetarian and gluten-free, it’s the perfect dinner.
This sun-dried tomato pesto is creamy, tangy, and thick. A little goes a long way and it can be used to pump up the flavor of pretty much anything. Plus, you can use this pesto with pasta dishes, whipped with goat cheese or cream cheese, over crusty bread, or with veggies! This versatile sauce is the perfect last-minute addition to any week night dinner!
I don’t remember when I had falafel for the first time, only that I loved it ever since my first bite. Working in Boston, there are plenty of great spots to grab falafel for lunch. My favorites are Falafel King and Pita Thyme, but once we started working from home, I decided to try to make my own recipe.