A simple, delicious, rustic soup inspired by the flavors of Tuscany. This recipe makes enough to feed a crowd, but it’s incredible after the flavors mingle in the refrigerator overnight, so leftovers make this great for smaller families and individuals as well. Cannellini beans are one of my favorite foods. That’s probably kind of weird, but it’s true.
Silky, cheesy pea pesto sauce makes ravioli shine with ingredients you might just already have in your kitchen. This rich dish feels indulgent, but sneaks in extra veggies and is easy enough for a weeknight meal. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been cleaning out my kitchen to make things organized, clean and fresh.
Getting the perfect al dente bite. Building the flavors in your sauce for hours on the stove. It’s a process that’s been perfected, taught and argued over for years and years.
But you know what? Sometimes you just need to eat some freaking pasta right now.
Or perhaps you need it right when you get home from work/school/marathon/sockhop.
One of the easiest recipes in history, Italian roast beef is a tangy, hearty, crowd-pleasing dinner you can throw together in minutes. The tender beef falls apart even if you shred it with a spoon. It also keeps well in the refrigerator if you’re cooking for smaller numbers. Just found out you have company coming for Memorial Day?