Enjoy this seafood spin on a rather traditional appetizer
Everyone loves a good stuffed artichoke. My family usually makes them during the holidays as an appetizer prior to the main dish. It is an oldie but a goodie and one of my all time favorites. But did you know that there are actually many variations of stuffed artichokes? That’s right, the usual breadcrumbs and cheese isn’t going to cut it anymore, we are stepping our stuffed artichoke game to the next level! Keep reading for a shrimp stuffed artichoke recipe.
Posted on August 22, 2022
Gazpacho or Gaspacho is a Spanish and Portuguese dish that is mainly eaten in the summer because of its refreshing qualities. There are many variations of Gazpacho, ranging from its traditional form, to substituting cucumber or watermelon for some ingredients. No matter how you make it, Gazpacho reigns supreme as the #1 soup/appetizer choice during the warmer months. In this blog you will find a traditional Gazpacho recipe, along with a variation recipe.
Posted on August 15, 2022
Everyone loves lasagna, am I right? The only downside to traditional lasagna is that not everyone can eat it. It seems quite unfair if you ask me that vegetarians, pescatarians, or vegans, cannot indulge in a hearty lasagna. However, that is not the case. Here I will share with you how to make a vegetable lasagna, safe for any dietary restrictions, and quite possibly even better tasting than a traditional lasagna!
Here is a creamy garlic pasta recipe I myself used last week for the first time. Other recipes have you use chicken broth, flour and butter... to me that can lead to the dish becoming too salty. I substituted these ingredients for heavy cream, Parmigiano Reggiano, and salt to taste. This way the saltiness of the dish is attributed to the quality of our PDO Parmigiano Reggiano, and if you prefer more salt you can adjust with a pinch here and a pinch there. Buon Appetito!