Never buy tomato sauce in a jar again! Tomato sauce made from scratch takes 30 minutes and tastes a million times better than the jarred variety.
This Italian pasta salad combines summer’s favorite vegetables with chopped salami, black olives, rotini noodles and tangy Italian dressing.
Layers of lasagna noodles, fresh spinach, mozzarella and ricotta cheeses, and a trio of ground beef, hot sausage and veal make up this delicious casserole which is topped with homemade tomato sauce.
This easy baked skillet pasta recipe features the flavors of pork sausage and fennel in a red wine ragu. It’s cheesy, meaty and delicious and can be on your table in under an hour.
Need a quick dinner? Make a big bowl of pasta filled with fresh vegetables, flavored with basil pesto and sautéed shrimp.
Cold snowy nights in Ohio call for great tasting homemade soup. This one-pot vegetable tortellini soup is loaded with fresh vegetables and fresh cheese tortellini.
Creamy pillows of pasta that hint of mashed potatoes, earthy mushrooms and salty pancetta, swirled in a light and creamy sauce. Doesn’t that sound delicious? Want the recipe?
If you have 30 minutes, you can whip up a restaurant-worthy dinner of creamy fettuccine alfredo with hearty mushrooms and juicy chicken. And everything is better with bacon.
Make good use of leftover Thanksgiving turkey with this easy, saucy turkey mushroom stroganoff.
Angel Hair Pasta with Chicken can be whipped up for a mid week meal using rotisserie or leftover chicken, crunchy pine nuts and salty pancetta bacon.
Roasted squash, zucchini, red peppers and mushrooms tossed with orzo and fresh lemon juice. It’s a perfect side for any meat or seafood cooked on the grill.