I suspect you have a pretty good idea what a plate of linguine looks like. No, no red sauce, just the pasta. In your mind’s eye throw on top some breadcrumbs and olive oil. Got the picture? Good, now I don’t feel bad about not having a picture for you!
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I. Love. This. Pasta. I’m almost tempted to leave this post at that, but that wouldn’t be enough to tell you about it’s lightness, the brightness of the lemon, how quick and easy it is to make.
This picture can’t possibly do justice to the moist deliciousness of this recipe. The swordfish is rich, tangy, savory, and above all else, satisfying.
This marinade is so simple and so easy that it’s crazy that it tastes as good as it does. And there’s not much more to say about it… so… I have so many pictures here that I need to find something else to say to make the words last… so… why don’t I just dive […]
I know, I know, you must be thinking, “quiche again?” I’ve only given you about six different kinds by now… but… would you buy that this one’s different? Look, if you run with it, I promise to lay off with the quiches for a while… promise.
A few weeks ago I had a lovely walk and picnic lunch with my friend Amy. The heart of that lunch was a simple sauteed broccolini that she made. It was so good it’s been haunting me ever since.
Have I mentioned that I’ve developed a deathly fear of letting things go to waste? Well, recently my parents, before going out of town for a bit, gave me a bunch of random things from their fridge so that they wouldn’t (say it with me) go to waste. I felt compelled to do something with […]
So a while back I gave you a recipe for spinach pesto which is definitely one of my go-to sauces. But, the other day I was at the market and got a whiff of the fresh basil and I’m sorry, I just couldn’t resist. Spring has been here, at least officially, for about a week […]
Ok, yeah, so it’s spinach. But it’s still the farthest thing from healthy you can imagine for spinach. Except, for maybe the cream of spinach soup I posted back in January. You’ll know when you taste this dip that it would be possible to eat the whole thing yourself if you could just get everyone […]
I love fresh basil, which is what traditional pesto sauce is made from. It’s bright, fragrant, and delicious. But, it’s so totally out of season in the winter and it’s hard for me to rationalize shelling out $20 on it at the grocery store for basil when there are bags of spinach sitting there on […]