With the weather cooling down quickly and bikini season far behind us, it’s acceptable to eat pasta every night… right? Even during warmer weather, I crave a large, comforting bowl of pasta at least once a week. For me, penne vodka is one of the most classically comforting pasta dishes there are.
Cinco de Mayo is approaching and although I’m 0% Mexican, I plan to celebrate with sangria, margaritas, and this awesome steak fajita recipe. Fajitas are a perfect weeknight meal because they’re easy to make, come together quickly & the recipe can be doubled (or tripled) to feed a family or large group of friends celebrating Mexico’s victory over France.
Matzo, matza, or matzah ball soup has always been my favorite part of Passover Seder. Believe it or not, my Italian mother makes the absolute best matzo balls, thanks to my dad’s grandma who taught her years ago. She’s shared her recipe with me & now I’ll share it with you.
While perusing Pinterest, I’ve noticed quite a few recipes for buffalo chicken lettuce wraps made in the slow cooker. As a lover of buffalo chicken, I wanted to re-create a healthier/Paleo version of this wrap, but in much less time than it would take a slow cooker. I turned to an old favorite, rotisserie chicken.
Boozy cupcakes are one of my favorite things to make during St. Patty’s day for two reasons, the booze and the cupcakes. The light carbonation of Guinness gives these cupcakes delicious flavor and a perfectly airy consistency.