This cremini mushroom “lasagna” with spinach noodles, parmesan, and white sauce – and maybe with sausage – is a riff off of a recipe from Stefan’s Gourmet Blog. It’s delicious fresh, yet reheats beautifully.
Here’s some tasty, everyday cooking you’ll love: chicken tenders, sundried tomatoes, and pasta in a sauce made simply from half-and-half and mozzarella. Pair with with a salad and maybe some crusty bread: you have a quick and satisfying meal. Afterward, throw some blueberries and cream cheese into puff pastry.
Post tax stress disorder got its ugly fangs in your neck? Italian Pasta and Beans is a cozy comfort food that will ward off the worst fears of financial ruin, and it hardly costs anything. This recipe produces a homey, fork-appropriate pasta sauce dish, rather than the more traditional soup.
Comforting and stylish! Let’s face it, winter is harsh: short days, long nights, brutal temperatures. But you can counteract its bitter chill with this noodle, cheese, ham, and mushroom gratin. OK, you could also counteract it with a trip to Ft. Lauderdale, but did I mention the noodles are homemade?
It’s not even Christmas, and you’ve already eaten way too much. You have to avoid wearing red, for fear of being mistaken for Santa. You know what’d fix that? Kale stems. Well, that and shaving off that lumberjacky beard. But try the kale first. With some pasta. You’ll love it, and it will love you back.
Fresh garlic parmesan pasta uses ingredients that are easy to come by and good for you. Plus, it comes together in a snap. One taste, and it’ll become your go-to “right now” dinner recipe.
Thick and Chunky Tomato Soup stems from an improvisation that used leftover ingredients such as bacon, red wine, and Newman’s Own Sockarooni pasta sauce. It’s an easy, flexible recipe.