Burrata. The one food I can never, ever pass up.
I will always love toast. The bread itself, the toppings, the simplicity…everything about it.
Quick, easy, and full everything you need for a satisfying breakfast…this scrambled egg skillet with vegetables and gruyere is a recipe you’ll want to keep.
Cold, winter months aren’t quite complete without a hearty winter soup to go with them.
Mashed avocado, whipped ricotta, fresh tomatoes, AND fried eggs. All of this piled onto crusty, olive oil-drizzled toasts. Need I say more? It’s breakfast bruschetta and it’s amazing.
Pasta & wine…a match made in heaven. Instead of just adding wine to the sauce or having a glass alongside your pasta, why not cook the pasta directly in the wine?! This fettuccine gets a nice red wine bath as it cooks. And the result is unlike anything you’ve had before.
Browsing through Whole Foods and seeing these beautiful jumbo shrimps, I knew I had to do a twist on the classic “shrimp and grits”. This southern favorite is loved for its creamy base, large bites of shrimp, and bold flavors. I’m switching it up with polenta and a smoky-spicy combination that will have you digging in for more.
Simplicity is key. But complexity is intriguing. I would say this salad incorporates both of these elements. And the result?…a beautiful winter salad that’s easy to make, yet leaves you wanting more with each bite.