One of my favorite restaurants, Testa Barra, serves an amazing Zuppa Toscana. I decided to try and make it on my own. Success!
If you’re not a huge fan of the typical lemon chicken piccata, then you must try this recipe. If you like capers and want to add them, feel free to do so at the end.
Who doesn’t love chicken fajitas?? And the best part is everyone can construct their own adding whatever toppings they like. I often prefer to skip the tortilla, and made a salad out of it using romaine lettuce.
I got tired of store-bought Caesar dressing that wasn’t that good, so I decided to make my own. Success!
This pork tenderloin has a delicious savory-sweet balsamic glaze. I like to make asparagus with it and add some of the remaining glaze to the asparagus at the end.
A yummy, hearty, family-friendly chicken soup with a great Italian flavor. A great addition would be my Italian Herb Bread.
One of Johnathan’s favorite dinners is enchiladas. However, I have not seen enchilada sauce at Kroger in months! (They haven’t had taco sauce either. Does everyone crave Mexican during covid times?) So I decided to make my own. Very easy to do!
If you like cheesy potatoes, but you’re like me and prefer to make everything from scratch vs. frozen potatoes, then this is your recipe!
Crème Brûlée is one of my favorite desserts! If you don’t have a blow torch, you can broil these in the oven, and then let cool before eating. Keep an eye on them, because once they start getting brown, it goes fast.
These appetizers can be made in advance and frozen. Bake as directed, cool, and then freeze. When you’re ready to eat, put them on a baking sheet and bake at 350 degrees for about 8-10 minutes or until sizzling.