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!
This butternut squash macaroni and cheese recipe is creamy, cheesy, and oh so delicious. It’s kid-friendly and parent-approved, too!
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!
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.
Pepita Salsa has a smoky, subtle fall flavor to it. Roasting the Pepitas allows us to get a nice smoky flavor. In addition, we also roast the tomatoes, onion, and bell pepper in this recipe, broiling them on high to get a char. Lastly, we add chipotles in adobo (plus some of the delicious sauce) which rounds out the smokiness to this dish.
This Bucatini with Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Cream and Basil dish is silky, tangy, and just a little bit spicy. Perfect for an intimate dinner for two or feeding the whole family! You can even add some protein (like grilled shrimp or crumbled sausage) if you’re wanting to beef it up a bit! Trust me, you will love this sun-dried tomato pesto pasta.
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!
Summer is in full-swing here in Boston! Farmer’s markets are open on the weekends, and the fresh produce is out of this world. I can’t say that I loved tomatoes while growing up.. but now? I can’t get enough of them! You could easily swap out the tomatoes and use another market find if they just aren’t your thing. Try out asparagus, zucchini, shallots, or onions!
So, I’m not gonna lie.. I have been eating tomatoes non-stop recently. Heirloom tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, green tomatoes… I am probably a day away from turning into a tomato. One of my absolute favorite ways to enjoy tomatoes are in my Bruschetta with Marinated Tomatoes and Pesto recipe. This dish is a fan-favorite, and is a must when entertaining in the summer.