Tag "Pasta"

Pasta

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

Dinner

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

Fall

Sweet Potato Lasagna with Yves Veggie Cuisine “Meat Sauce”

Lasagna is one of the comfort dishes that you have to turn your back on if you’re trying to eat lighter. It’s also a food casualties that makes eating lighter

Dinner

Sweet Potato Skillet Lasagna

This dish was a risk for me. I’d been wanting to make a skillet lasagna for a long time, but would I be able to create something that tastes as

Recipes

School Year Survival Cookbook Videos: Watch our Ratatouille Transform Into Shakshuka and Pasta

Thank you for all your kind words about our new book! It’s pretty sweet seeing The School Year Survival Cookbook already living in your kitchens! One of the elements we

Spring

Creamy Penne Pasta with Asparagus and Peas

The first time I heard the question, I remember feeling instantly uncomfortable with it. Scarlett was barely over 2 years old and we’d just had a fun swim play date

Pasta

Creamy Pea Tagliatelle Pasta

The holidays always miss the memo about dinner. There really should be a notice that goes out to the team letting them know that management is overwhelmed and can’t make

Dinner

Artichoke and Spinach Lasagna Pasta Roll-ups

This is a recipe we’ve been making since the beginning of SPC. In fact, you can see a very young Scarlett making her first roll-ups here. This is the big

Pasta

Roasted Pepper Penne

It’s just a few days before Halloween and my daughter announced she hates her costume. Honestly, this kills me. When I was a kid there was absolutely no fanfare around

Fall

Spinach and Sun-dried Tomato Penne Pasta

At pick-up, I was talking to a friend the other day and casually mentioned I was taking my daughter to Michael’s after school. She raised one brow and then said,