Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday break filled with family, friends, food and drink. Now it’s back to the grind!
These hearty meatballs are incredibly tender and full of flavor. The recipe makes a lot, so unless you’re serving a family, I’d suggest cutting the recipe in half or freezing the leftovers to enjoy at a later date!
Scalloped potatoes and ham always reminds me of my grandma. Although she doesn’t make it anymore, my mom and I made sure to learn the recipe; however, we adapted it by using Jarlsberg and gouda cheese, instead of my grandma’s favorite, Velveeta. :-) This hearty, comforting casserole is the perfect side dish for your Thanksgiving feast tomorrow (maybe minus the ham)!
Does this lasagna scream fall or what?! And you won’t feel too guilty eating it, considering it’s packed with veggies–butternut squash, zucchini, and spinach. :-)
Happy taco…Thursday?! Any day is taco day in my books. This carne asada is beyond flavorful and delicious. Serve it alongside some rice and beans or throw it in a taco. :-)
These shrimp bites are incredibly delicious, impressive and beautiful. Talk about a triple threat!
It’s finally starting to cool off in LA (well, at least at night), so this hearty chili is perfect for a quick and hearty dinner. I will definitely be making this again once it actually feels like winter!
I love indulging in a big bowl of classic mac and cheese. I’m even a sucker for Kraft blue box macaroni. This spaghetti squash mac and cheese is a healthier alternative (but equally delicious) and trust me, you won’t miss the pasta!
Somehow, I’d never made carbonara until this post. I’m not sure why, considering how much I love pasta! This recipe is super simple and full of flavor–the crispy pancetta is my favorite. :-)