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Member Recipe: Roasted Garlic Shrimp
Member Recipe: Roasted Garlic Shrimp

During the week, I am always looking for an easy meal. Few things are easier than my toasted garlic shrimp. You simply toss the shrimp together with olive oil, garlic and herbs and bake. A fresh seafood dinner doesn't get any easier than this. . . . keep reading



Member: Spinach Pizza
Member: Spinach Pizza I've been posting a few pizza recipes lately. This pizza was inspired by my love of all things garlic. I brush a baked crust with garlic oil, then top it with garlicky spinach and provolone cheese. Each time I've made this pizza for friends, folks--who claim they don't like garlic as much as I do--have politely argued over the last piece. . . . keep reading


Member Recipe: Roasted Tomato Pizza
Member Recipe: Roasted Tomato Pizza This might be my favorite pizza. Wait. Wait--I say that about every pizza, don't I? Oh well, I mean it this time!

In the middle of winter, I sometimes long for a taste of summer. Since tomatoes aren't in season, I bring out their flavor by . . . keep reading



Michele's Pasta with Smoked Mozzarella and Asparagus
Michele's Pasta with Smoked Mozzarella and Asparagus

Twelve years ago (gosh, has it been that long?), while I was a student at the Culinary Institute of America, I met Michele. She was taking a bread class from one of my favorite instructors and I was assisting the students in the class. We were instant friends.

Over the years, much has changed in the landscape of our lives but one thing has remained a constant, Michele and I love teaching people how to cook delicious food at home.

This spring, for the first time, we taught a joint class. Michele handled the main course and I taught desserts. It was a delight to teach with Michele. And the food, her food, was delicious.

During the class she shared a recipe for "Pasta with Asparagus, Smoked Mozzarella and Prosciutto." This pasta dish has quickly become one of my favorites. It is remarkably easy to make--you even cook the asparagus in the pasta water--and takes advantage of the lovely flavors of summer.

Make this pasta when you are in the mood for something "a little special" but don't feel like spending oodles of time in the kitchen. This recipe is like a warm hug from a friend: tender, soft and always just what you need. . . . keep reading



Amazing Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese
Amazing Gluten-Free Mac and Cheese

I've been tinkering with gluten-free macaroni and cheese for some time now. (Tough job, eh?) Anyway, this was my goal: I wanted a mac and cheese that was 1. easy 2. creamy 3. slightly sharp and tangy 4. Not too expensive to put together.

Let's take them one by one. Easy. When you are in the mood for mac and cheese, in my opinion, you are in the mood for something comforting. This means the dish should have lots of reward and not a ton of prep. Believe it or not,I created an over-the-top delicious gluten-free macaroni and cheese that doesn't require you to make a white sauce!

Creamy. I wanted my mac and cheese recipe to be velvety smooth. I can't stand dried out mac and cheese. YUCK!

Slightly Sharp and Tangy. The best mac and cheese has a bit of a bite. I knew a good sharp cheddar would do the trick but I wanted to make it a fairly inexpensive dish. Which leads me to...

Not too expensive to put together. Some mac and cheese recipes use five-year-old cheddar and other pricey ingredients. While there is a time and a place for indulgence that wasn't the type of recipe I wanted to create. This is a go to the local grocery store, pick up four ingredients and, boom, you are done-type of recipe.

After a great deal of tinkering, I finally created a recipe I am super, duper pleased with. The mac and cheese is soft, tangy (It reminds me of Swanson's mac and cheese but in the best way possible.) super easy to make, and best of all, inexpensive.

You must give this recipe a try. Your belly will be happy you did! . . . keep reading



Amazing Baked Ziti
Amazing Baked Ziti This is some hearty comfort food right here. Zesty meat sauce, lots of cheese. This dish is just plain good! . . . keep reading


Meatloaf "Shepard's" Pie
Meatloaf This casserole uses store-made ground meatloaf mix (Be sure your store only adds ground beef, pork and veal and not bread crumbs or any other gluten-ingredient.)and turns it into a lovely Shepard's pie inspired casserole. Not only is it tasty, but it is super easy to make! . . . keep reading


Easy Super Egg Skillet
Easy Super Egg Skillet Quick egg dishes like this have been around forever. This particular recipe was created by my husband, Greg. It uses


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Salmon Cakes for Two Recipe
Salmon Cakes for Two Recipe Quick and budget-friendly? Sign me up! These salmon cakes take only minutes to make


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NY Style Pizza Pictures
See step-by-step how to make the New York pizza. . . . keep reading


NY-Style Pizza
NY-Style Pizza A popular bread mix makes a *fantastic* NY Style pizza!

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Chicken and Brown Rice Dinner
I love this dish. It is loaded with flavor and built on a base of "good for you" brown rice. I've served this dish to people who claim they don't like brown rice and . . . keep reading


Gluten-Free Chicken Piccata Recipe
Gluten-Free Chicken Piccata Recipe I just made this for dinner on Monday night and it was a hit. If you are bored with chicken (and don't we all get bored with chicken from time to time?) try this recipe. The lemon sauce isn't so tart that it will make your mouth pucker but you can taste the delightful citrus zing. . . . keep reading


Mini Gluten-Free Meatball Recipe
Elizabeth Barbone
I like to call these my "weeknight meatballs." They are so easy to make that I can throw the recipe together in just a few minutes. And, sometimes, a few minutes is all I have! . . . keep reading


Super Easy Gluten-Free Pasta Recipe
Super Easy Gluten-Free Pasta RecipeThis is the pasta recipe I make when "I don't know what to make for dinner." I *always* make sure I have the basic ingredients in the house. Then, depending on my mood and what is in the house, I vary the recipe. If you love cheese, garlic, and pasta, this recipe is for you! . . . keep reading


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