Tag "Pasta"

Herbs

Minty Pea Pesto Pasta

I wish I had an amazing story to tell you today but I don’t. I live in Toronto, Canada and we’re in our third wave of the pandemic and our

spring

Lemon Ricotta Pasta with Zucchini

Well, it happened. Toronto is in its third lockdown, emergency brake, stay at home order, whatever. I don’t complain about these things though because I’m one of the lucky ones.

Dinner

Sausage and Peppers Sheet Pan Gnocchi

A lot of the Italian recipes I share in this space are either family dishes or inspired by family favourites. Growing up in an Italian household, sausage and peppers sandwiches

Dairy

One Pot Cheesy Kale Baked Shells

My daughter Scarlett has gone completely vegetarian. Her commitment has been really inspiring but it has its challenges. Dan and I don’t eat a lot of meat. In addition, I

Dinner

Creamy Corn Pasta with Basil

I never let Summer depart without putting up a fight. I take extra long swims despite what the weather looks like that day. I also linger longer outside until the

Winter

Sheet Pan Taco Mac and Cheese

I’m now qualifying recipes as pre- and post- covid19. ( All my post covid recipes are baking! God help me.) This one is pre-covid and I had imagined you’d love

Fall

Creamy Fusilli Pasta with Sausage and Sun Dried Tomatoes

I owe you an apology. This recipe has been hanging around my kitchen for two years and I haven’t shared it until now. I kind of shared it. I had

Grains & Rice

Top 10 Easy Back-to-School Dinners

Re-entry into the school year is always a tough one for me. And the intensity of the weeknight grind when dinner, homework and activities collide only makes the whole experience

Lunch

Pasta with Peas and Prosciutto

When my daughter was younger she always asked all her friends two questions: “what did you eat for breakfast?” and “what are you eating for lunch?” After years of working

Poultry

Top 5 Easy Dinners from Scratch-ish

There are times I’m just so completely uninspired about dinner. Now is one of those times. Despite my decision to embrace Winter and keep super busy (which I’m proud to