Warm up with this fall staple that’s easy on the waistline. Faux spaghetti and meatballs will please any crowd.
When I learned how to make pesto, I loved it even more. I enjoy adding ingredients and trying out new greens every time.
The combination of bright pesto flavors with al dente whole wheat pasta and lots of veggies is a great dish for anytime of the year.
This healthy butternut squash and spinach lasagna roll ups will become a new fall favorite.
To start off the sauce, I always use Nina San Marzano tomatoes from Costco (comes in a 6 pound 10 oz. can) but you can use any large can of San Marzano tomatoes. The reason I chose these as the base for my sauce is that they come packed in almost no sodium.
Its been far too long since I sat down to blog. In the past 6 months I’ve gotten married, bought a house, moved across country, remodeled master bedroom and got a chocolate lab puppy. Needless to say its been an amazing whirlwind.
The recommendation for Cucina Toscana was spot on- and great for a team dinner last night. While inside Cucina its easy to forget you’re in Utah and not Tuscany.
So this year instead of paying too much to eat at a crowded restaurant with tons of awkward couples, stay in and make a romantic meal together. Here’s my pick for a great date night at home.
Last month’s cooking magazines were full of fall recipes. Squash, turkey, ham, fresh herbs and sweet potatoes could be found in almost every recipe. There is something about those flavors that brings back such wonderful memories- just tastes like the holidays.