In my early college years at IUP, Indiana University of Pennsylvania, there was this little pizza shop called Romeo’s within walking distance of campus that we loved to frequent. The most popular item on the menu and something I had never heard of before was…’The Wedgie’. It was a pizza and a hoagie combined. I shared a Wedgie recipe back in 2015 but for today’s post I decided to make it with the new store bought Cauliflower Crust Pizzas that are in the frozen section at my local grocery store. It was much healthier and very delicious!!! Continue reading
I made this sandwich originally with leftovers and my Hubby just loved it, so now I make it on purpose for him sometimes at our daily lunch date. The pork loin is tender and lean and the roasted red peppers give a sweetness while the dijon and arugula give it a nice bite. I just love happy accidents… Continue reading
Linda’s post put me in mind of a previous blog I did in January of 2017. And… Since it is tax season again, I am back to catering to all the employees at my Hubby’s firm on Fridays. They work so hard and I love to spoil them, so this Friday I will make a new version along with a hearty soup and share next week… but here is the previous blog post from 2017…
“When I lived in Philadelphia I would go almost every day to a corner vendor for a Philly soft pretzel for lunch. I’m sure it wasn’t the best thing to do, but it certainly fit my college budget! I sometimes get the hankering for a good homemade soft pretzel. Today I made them a little different. I added pepperoni and cheese!!! Serve with some cheese dip and a little marinara and you have pizza in a pretzel. You can also make little bite size pieces which would be great for your upcoming Super Bowl Party!!” Continue reading
My hubby said this is his favorite and I have to agree. He wants me to make it again tonight! The flavors of the creamy pasta with the freshness of the wilted arugula are a perfect compliment to the lightly seasoned and floured shrimp. Tip this baby off with a little crunchy garlic and POW! Continue reading
I made my Decadent Lasagna With Bolognese for Christmas Dinner this year along with a whole ham. There was about a half a sheet left because I always make too much. Oh well! That’s when I decided to turn it into Lasagna Soup. It was even better in a soup. So if you’re like me and you make too much lasagna, consider turning it into a soup for the next day’s lunch. Continue reading
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With all the business of the Christmas Holiday I’ve been engaged with so many activities that cooking has not been a priority. Therefore, today I’ll be revisiting a simple salad that I make for Christmas every year. I hope you enjoy it again…next time I’m making it with fresh apricots and brie wrapped in bacon or pancetta… Continue reading
My Hubby and I love Calamari. We especially love to have it sautéed. Mostly because it’s a healthier version vs the fried kind. Also it’s hit or miss when you do order it fried. Now it’s something we just make at home. It’s a way to ensure you’re getting just what you want. It doesn’t matter what you eat it with, but I served ours with an Orzo Florentine. Enjoy a super satisfying and super healthy way to have your Calamari and eat it too! Continue reading
I was watching a show about appetizers and the host used simple artichokes in oil and tossed them in bread crumbs then baked them… Well all I could think was, Why stop there! So I took them one step further and wrapped them in Pancetta and then added them to a salad for a great lunch! Continue reading