A rich, creamy pasta sauce with sweet onions, savory tomatoes, peppery seasonings and sharp parmesan. This sauce is versatile and easy to throw together with things you probably already have. Have you ever noticed how much colder it feels when it’s already been warm and the temperature dips back down?
This main dish features tender, juicy pork tenderloin spiced with cinnamon and other Moroccan-inspired flavors. Tomato-peach sauce sweetens the deal with a tangy twist in this unexpected, but well-balanced pairing. It’s the first week of fall! Sweaters. Soups. Sweltering Saturdays… hold up. What?
A tangy, summery sauce that’s both comforting and refreshing. Versatile enough to use over meats or in vegetarian dishes, this sauce works wonders over steak, chicken and pork; in tacos, salads or rice bowls; as a dipping sauce and more. I like to play this game at the grocery store. I pick one item that I’ve never cooked with or eaten before, buy it, and learn how to do something tasty with it.
I’m in a hurry. Jump to the recipe, please. Since the beginning of the year, I’ve been cleaning out my kitchen to make things organized, clean and fresh. It’s something I highly recommend, and I try to do it every few months. If you’re like me, you probably find a lot of odds and ends…
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.