Springtime is fiddlehead season.
This authentic tapas dish is easy to make and the marinade of olive oil, lemon juice, thyme, paprika, and oregano makes it uniquely flavorful.
This braciole is easier to make and tastes even better than the more traditional braciole that is cooked in an oven.
Frittatas can be made with almost anything but there are a couple of ingredients that take them to another level.
To make the perfect and best hamburger, keep it simple. And don’t buy those pre-made patties (yech!)
This is a hearty stew that tastes a little sweet and a little sour. And it takes only about 45 minutes to make.
The important thing is that you make a delicious sauce and that it complements the dish you are making.
Chicken Parmigiana is good as an entree or as a sandwich made with two slices of garlic toast.
Sometimes you need a recipe like this to remind you how easy perfection can be.
These authentic Italian meatballs are so tasty and juicy, they’re an act of love.
This Turkish dish is similar to eggplant parmesan but without the cheese and without as much work.
This simple recipe has always produced a moist, flavorful bird.
This slow-cooker recipe is good for a weeknight meal or for a crowd to watch the big game.
This is eggplant, chicken, and zucchini layered with cheese, like a lasagna.
This combination of roast chicken, potatoes, shrimp and salad was impulsive and glorious.
This is delicious by itself as a side dish or when mixed with pasta.
This will warm up even the coldest person on a winter’s night.
Bacon, eggs and cheese. This is Italian comfort food at its most rustic.
Chef Todd English makes a good lasagna. I still remember one I had at his Olive’s Restaurant in Boston that was made with veal. He has a knack for taking an old standard and then being innovative, without being preposterous, paying more attention to the […]
This could be an appetizer for many or a meal for six, served with a salad.
The time and effort is worth it to make the best roast beef for sandwiches you ever had.
This recipe creates a vegetable lasagna like no other: a rich spinach mixture, covered with velvety noodles, and topped with a light tomato sauce and cheese.
Fat Tuesday is also called “Pancake Day” in the United Kingdom and Ireland where many feast on fatty foods the day before Lent begins.
When I was a boy, this was my favorite dish to eat at my grandmother’s house.