Creamy white beans simmered in tomato sauce with shallots, garlic, and sage. Great as a side or main dish.
A fresh and simple pasta in a light tomato sauce with garlic, kalamata olives and cannellini beans. A true 20-minute meal made with pantry staples, and you can customize it based on what you have.
Flaky whitefish baked in a light tomato sauce with garlic and kalamata olives. Ridiculously easy, quick, healthy and you can use extra tomato sauce to make a side of pasta by the time the fish bakes.
Velvety, cheesy frittata packed with potatoes, tomatoes, scallions, greens and Italian sausage. Make it for brunch with friends, or refrigerate for breakfasts all week—and trust me, you’ll want to have this on repeat.
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.
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…