This recipe takes Mac ‘N Cheese to a new level. Many years ago, when my children were still in school, we traveled to Paris for Winter vacation. Naturally, we visited the Louvre. After several hours of actually seeing the amazing art and sculpture that we had just read about; we […]
So many of my son’s favorite foods are wrapped up in this one recipe: Pasta with Pesto and Roasted Peppers. I like to use a pasta with ridges because the ridges give the pesto a place to latch onto and bring you more flavor. Add freshly roasted red pepper, loads […]
How I miss the taste of a wonderful lasagne made with meat sauce and cheese! Well, this week I added veggie meat crumbles to my homemade tomato sauce, loaded on all the cheese and baked it. Spectacular results! This is an easy recipe made with “no boil” lasagne noodles. All […]
I always refer to this recipe as Grandma Jeannie’s Noodle Pudding. Grandma died when I was six years old and I never saw her make this treat; but Annie Mae, the wonderful woman who worked for my family for 60 years, made them every year for Break Fast. She told […]
Baked Spaghetti was a recipe that my Grandma Fanny made when my Father was a child. I watched his older sister, my Aunt Hilda, make it when we used to spend private time together. I remember loving to go to her house to pat the belly of the big porcelain […]
Lasagne noodles layered with homemade tomato sauce, mozzarella, parmesan and baby spinach come together to form this wonderful casserole. I like to make two at a time and always have one in the freezer.
I was introduced to Farfalle with Roasted Cauliflower at a restaurant called The Lemon Tree in Capri. I remember sitting outside surrounded by lemon trees and breathing in the lemon scented air. It was heaven. When I returned home, I got to work recreating it. Farfalle (or bowtie pasta) comes […]