One of my favorite things about leftovers are the things you can turn them into. While most home cooks wouldn’t slow roast a hunk of pork to make a pasta dish, if you happen to have some sitting around, there are lots of awesome possibilities that open up.
I’ve become weary – and wary – of the American aisles in European supermarkets. And have come to the conclusion that people think we all eat badly because we live on bottled salad dressings, orange cheese in squirt bottles, and strawberry Fluff, which is something I’ve never seen in America. And I like Fluff just…
“Whore’s pasta.” Was ever a name so perfectly suited to a dish? This is edgy, spicy, and just the right side of wrong, conjuring up visions of Neapolitan streets and dangerous women in tight dresses.–Sophie Dahl LC Hurry It Up Already! Note When time constraints scream for takeout, consider tossing together this weeknight-friendly pasta instead.…
Kimchi pasta is a quick flavorful pasta that brings together just a few ingredients in a dish that blurs the line between Korean and Italian food. Any kimchi will do, just grab your favorite homemade option or whatever your store has on hand. And if you’re not used to spicy food, we recommend going easy on the gochujang. It’s spicy and delicious, but can be a little overwhelming if you’re not prepared for it!
Very classic and timeless dish to try for a reason. There are thousands of ways to make spaghetti and red sauce but this is our twist. Forget those jarred sauces, you’ll never want to go back after tasting the homemade version! Our ‘not-s0-secret’ ingredient is mushrooms! They add an amazing umami flavor that will have you coming back for seconds and thirds!
The salmon here is toasted with a thin coat of honey and a sprinkle of pepper. With the sweetness of the honey and the heat and acidity of the mustard brings a nice balance. We recommend pairing it with ziti/penne. But it’s really up to you. A nice spaghetti noodle would go well with this too. THe nice thing about this email is that it doesn’t take long to throw together, so it’s perfect for weekdays!
Mac and cheese is one of America’s most iconic dishes and who doesn’t love a good mac and cheese? This is sure to become your new favorite mac and cheese recipe. It is easy to throw into your crockpot in the morning so you’re treated to a delicious ready-to-go dinner at night! Be sure to use evaporated milk to get the consistency right!