Ready for some super awesome garlic bread made with fresh garlic and parsley? These are almost open faced sandwiches piled high with mozzarella cheese!
It's OK to have Alfredo sauce every once and a while. Right? Well if you still do not believe me, try this lighter version with ham I created. It's delicious and easy.
This recipe was developed to eat with our Spaghetti. It is a family recipe used for many generations.
Incredible comfort food in less than 30 minutes. Like the Fab Four (Beatles) or the Fearsome Foursome (Vikings), this quartet is legendary.
Liven up pasta dinner with this incredibly easy garlic bread. Two items from your spice drawer are the key to success.
Simple, fresh, delicious. Don't rely on the pizza delivery place for your garlic bread when it's this easy (and way better).
Have leftover pasta sauce? Use it as the topping for this easy omelet.
An eating challenge for one hungry man, or a breakfast for the family. Either way, your morning is off to a good start.
What's missing from store-bought breadsticks? You guessed it--cheese and butter.
A buttery, thick, and chewy pizza dough that is baked in a cast iron skillet. Pizza never tasted so good! Toppings are substantial but not overwhelming where the dough won't cook. If you cook the sausage while the dough is proofing you'll be ready to assemble the pizza that much faster.
Tired of spending $4 for flatbread at a local upscale food market, I created this delicious flatbread. The pesto and Parmesan blend beautifully and it's quick to make and doesn't require any kneading! What could be better?
An out-of-this-world alfredo that won't sit too heavy in your stomach.
Flaky pastry stuffed with hot sausage, cheese and mushrooms. A hearty lunch for the man cave.
The name is only half the story! I take al dente farfalle (bowties cooked just right), add some artichoke hearts and cannellini (white) beans, and toss the whole thing in butter and sautéed garlic. Delicious!
This is my specialty pasta dish and can be made with many variations, but my version mixes general Italian pasta with the seafood lover in me. It can be made without the seafood, but when the butter and oil mixes with the shrimp and crab meat...it's heaven!
This recipe is great with cheddar cheese alone — it’s a basic recipe that guarantees you won’t alienate any finicky kids or fraternity brothers, should they be on your guest list. But stirring in a couple of tablespoons of Parmigiano Reggiano cheese gives this everyman’s dish a real refinement that will wow your gourmet guests too. If you want to really push it over the top, pour the mixture into a baking dish, sprinkle some more parmesan on top, and bake at 400° for a few minutes until it browns.
Flavor charged with bacon, this easy and fast soup will warm you up after the coldest winter chore.