Green Beans in Tomato Sauce is a straightforward side dish that is rich and colorful. The best part was using fresh green beans from my mom’s garden. If you still have green beans or can find them at the market, give this dish a try.
Nothing beats a classic dish. Unless, of course, you can make it a little easier to prepare without sacrificing flavor. That’s the case with Classic Baked Chicken Parmesan. There’s no frying required: just pop it in the oven and bring on dinner!
Almond-Orange Biscotti are crunchy, dunkable, a bit rustic, and always turn out great, year after year. The orange zest and almonds add wonderful flavor, and you can always drizzle melted chocolate over the tops for something extra!
This traditional pasta dish goes a little rouge — in a delicious way! Sweet potato carbonara makes use of spiralized sweet potatoes as the main ingredient instead of pasta, so you’ll still be able to twirl and twirl!
Gnocchi with Sage and Sautéed Mushrooms is a rich and flavorful meatless meal that gets its heartiness from the gorgeous mushrooms added to the mix. Just a bit of fresh sage goes a long way in this dish, and it’s quick to cook, too.