I grew up on this recipe for Mom’s Pork Chop Suey. My Mom is 94, and was brought up to cook with what they had on hand. Grocery stores were not on every corner as they are these days, and money was in short supply.
Orecchiette is such a cute pasta shape! In Italian orecchia means “ear” -etta meaning “small”. And that’s what the pasta shape looks like…little ears. They are super easy to eat, and easily holds all the sauce and goodness in your recipes. I have had Orecchiette in my favorite restaurants, but […]
When I saw the recipe on Seasons and Suppers blog, I knew I just had to make it. I go on a lot of blogs seeking inspiration and this blog has LOADS of recipes I want to make. This is the first recipe I have made from Jennifer’s blog, and […]
OK, I just made up this name. But everything about this pasta dish screams rustic! Hence the name Italian Sausage Rustica. If you love Italian sausage in a tasty creamy sauce with pasta, you’re going to love this dish.
Most Ragu’s typically use minced or chopped meat. This Ragu uses whole sausages for simplicity. Native tomatoes and herbs and cooked down to make a rich, chunky, tomato sauce, perfect for pasta, sausage sandwiches or just eating plain with bread.
Cacciatore means “hunter” in Italian. In cuisine, alla cacciatora refers to a meal prepared “hunter-style” with chunks of onions, fresh herbs, tomatoes, bell peppers and wine. Many recipes vary by adding carrots, mushrooms or any other veggie. Some add olives instead of capers. Chicken Cacciatore can have bone in or […]