Today I am sharing a super quick recipe that can be done in under 30 minutes, including chopping the onion. You can make it without preparing ahead of time, unlike if you wanted to make this with slow-cooked beef, which would taste great. I like that this is easy, is a crowd-pleaser, is a savory treat, and can be made dairy-free.Continue reading
Today’s recipe is actually two recipes I make regularly…combined! It combines Aunt Lulu’s Baked Ziti with my meat/tomato sauce I make all the time. If you want more step by step photos, then check out those pages. Otherwise…this comes together quickly and is an easy way to work meat into the recipe since we like meat with our pasta.Continue reading
I almost made this a Wayback Wednesday post, but I decided that 1) There is no “way back” time frame when I have been making this sauce regularly for years and 2) It deserves its own new recipe post versus sharing small edits.Continue reading
A friend got me a Dairy-Free cookbook to try some new recipes we can all eat. I don’t have to make things fully dairy-free anymore, but it is helpful for dishes that are hard to convert otherwise. This recipe has a bunch of set up and pre-cooking before the baking part, but I did much of it ahead, and then baked it later.
I could apologize for not giving you a completely new recipe today but I think that I am also gifting you with something delicious that is easy so I’m not that sorry.
For today’s recipe I came across a recipe that looked fairly simple and fast but still appealing to us. I made some changes and it was so easy and delicious!
One weekend I decided to see what I could make with some ground beef I had in the fridge. I liked a recipe I found in my Back Pocket Pasta cookbook, but I didn’t really follow any of the ingredients…hers used escarole, sausage, pine nuts, and garlic. So, I was inspired and made my own pasta dish.