As the weather gets colder, our bodies start craving comfort food. I don’t know about you, but the salads fade into the sunset, and the root vegetables take hold of my kitchen. Chicken potpie has all the comforts you need on a cold winter evening- creamy texture, and I make mine with a puff pastry topper that no one can resist. My recipe (unlike most I have looked at on the internet) includes how to cook your chicken. And, full disclosure, I have been trying to avoid all dair
Corn Chowder is rich, creamy and delicious! It is an easy soup to make year-round, whether you have access to fresh or frozen corn. This soup has a special place in my heart, because it always reminds me of our wedding. This was the first course of our dinner menu and it was absolutely delicious. So, whether consciously or not, I find myself making it around November, to reminisce on the day. What You Will Need: 3-4 strips of bacon 1 sweet onion 1/2 cup of crisp white wine 2-
Every Italian Nonna has their “sugo” or sauce recipe. They are all slightly different, and their children and grandchildren all grew up eating it- there is no Nonna that makes the same sauce. That is why learning my Nonna’s recipe was so important to me. It was a hard feat. Believe me, my Nonna doesn’t give away many secrets. After being told how to do it a few times and not getting it quite right, I decided to go over for a visit and watch my Nonna make her sauce. Voila! I
Fresh peas in the grocery store always mean Spring is here! To celebrate this delicious vegetable, why not make a delicious carbonara pasta? Delicious with a Sancerre from France or a Fresh Sauvignon Blanc from New Zealand. Ingredients: 1 Bag of Fresh Spring Peas (frozen if you can't find them) 1 yellow onion 2 cloves of garlic 1/4 cup of fresh Italian parsley 4 eggs 1/2 cup of 2% milk 1 package of thick cut bacon 1 pkg of Linguine Pasta 1 1/2 cups of Parmesan Cheese Salt Pep
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