The star of this post is the homemade barbecue sauce, but the Mushroom “Sloppy Joes” are a great way to put the sauce to work.
Caponata is a sweet and sour vegetable Sicilian side dish or topping for Bruschetta.
With few starring ingredients, namely potatoes, onions and eggs, the Spanish tortilla is famous for a reason.
There’s a world of difference between homemade candied orange peels and those that are store bought.
Farro with Radicchio and Parmesan is a terrific vegetarian side dish or main course.
A fruit and cheese risotto? Yes! It’s a bit unexpected, but it makes for a sophisticated risotto.
Few ingredients. Quick to make. Healthy. delicious and satisfying. What more could you ask for?
Polenta is mostly served savory as a side dish or first course. However, it has a sweet side, too!
Forget to buy brown sugar or run out of it mid-recipe? Don’t worry, you can very easily make your own.
Pasta with sausage and okra, is by no means classical Italian food. However, the combination of sweet Italian sausage simmered with okra creates its own magical sauce and is more delicious than the sum of its parts.