One of the hallmarks of Italian-American comfort food, the classic combination of greens and beans is simple and undeniably satisfying. Welcome to one of my Italian-kitchen workhorses.
On homemade baguettes of course. Picnic anyone?
Cannellini beans, bright greens and buttery crushed tomatoes create a heavenly sauce for pasta. A creamy red sauce without the cream, and dare I say better without it. The new vodka sauce is here – and it’s called Pink Greens & Beans.
I know it’s been a while, but what better way to welcome myself back than with a big bowl of pasta?
This is my favorite soup ever. An easy, satisfying and classic Italian dish. Comfort in a bowl – or in this case, a mug.
It’s Sunday morning and you want something delicious. Pancakes? Too much work. Crepes? Who do you think you are? The Dutch Baby is your solution.
I picked up Zoe Francois and Jeff Hertzberg’s brilliant book a few months ago, and I can honestly say I haven’t bought a baguette since.
When I first read about Marcella Hazan in the New York Times, I have to say I was skeptical. No olive oil? No garlic? Will my grandmother be angry? I hesitate to say a tomato sauce changed my life, but part of me kind of wants to make that claim
In this post, we’re going to revisit a classic recipe that has become a staple in my house.
This homemade almond milk will kick all those store-bought, processed, there’s-seriously-only-like-10-almonds-in-there almond milk’s asses.