A fruit and cheese risotto? Yes! It’s a bit unexpected, but it makes for a sophisticated risotto.
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.
Last spring, I made many asparagus lasagnas. Now that late season zucchinis are still available, it is their turn.
Pillowy soft little potato dumplings, that is how I would describe gnocchi.
What makes a salad a Niçoise salad? The answer is surprisingly controversial.
Have a birthday, anniversary, dinner party or another special occasion? Make this ossobuco recipe. Your guests will thank you.
Clafoutis are usually a sweet custard dessert with cherries or other fruit. However, they have a savory side, too.
When I think of Mediterranean ingredients, sun-dried tomatoes, lemons, and olives come to mind. But cabbage? Not so much. However… 🙂
Another “from the pantry” dish perfect for cooler weather, this borlotti or red kidney bean stew is Indian inspired with its warming spices.
The butternut squash in our garden are going bonkers – good thing there are so many ways to enjoy them!