Here’s another classic dish…Tortellini with Prosciutto & Peas…after doing a little bit of research I found that the tortellini noodle has an obscure history. The story goes that a beautiful woman stayed at an Inn in a small town in the Providence of Modena. The Innkeeper was so captivated by her beauty that during the night he peeked through the keyhole to her room and saw only her navel…inspiring him to create this noodle. Crazy story! Anyway, whoever created it – it’s a very tasty pasta, especially when paired with prosciutto, peas, cream & cheese… Continue reading
In the mood for a salad!? As I’ve mentioned quite a few times, I’m a huge fan of salads…here’s a classic Chef Salad that’s sure to please!
With Spring just around the corner it’s salad time… and the blend of the baby beet greens, strawberries and lemon vinaigrette is so fresh I think I’m in love with this combination! The vinaigrette has a real lemon kick and the strawberries are sweet… Yum!!! Continue reading
I love to think of creative ways to get my household to eat vegetables. Zucchini is one of my favorites and with the addition of shredded cheese and breadcrumbs it takes the flavor to a whole new level. Enjoy! Continue reading
What I love about this version of chili is how fresh and clean it tastes. I like choosing beans that are high in dietary fiber for the increase in calorie burn, then I don’t feel as guilty when I cover my chili in sour cream and cheese, (and have seconds). Continue reading
The smell of this Cheese-Studded Meatloaf draws everyone into the kitchen. I rarely make meatloaf but when I do this is the only one! The topping is tangy-sweet and this meatloaf is great served with mashed potatoes or makes delicious lunchtime meatloaf sandwiches. ENJOY! Continue reading
Heidi and I have an older sister named Bethann. She’s well-known in the family for making really good appetizers! Now I am not sure where this Vidalia Onion Dip originally came from, but many years ago Bethann shared her version with me. Her recipe called for Swiss cheese. I’ve made it with just about every cheese imaginable. My favorite by far is cheddar. You can substitute your favorite! This dip is great served on sliced Italian bread or toast points or simple crackers… Continue reading