Category Archives: Comfort Food
A friend asked me the other day about the origin of lasagna. I told her I didn’t know so we looked it up online. Here is the history of lasagna from Jamie Oliver’s blog:
This is a nice stovetop twist on traditional mac and cheese. The addition of grape tomatoes goes nicely with the creamy mozzarella sauce and basil. Add a little Dijon mustard and a touch of paprika and you have a mouth-watering … Continue reading
This is a hearty vegan soup that is as tasty as it is easy to prepare. Even better than that, barley is a wholesome, highly nutritious grain and is thought to be an excellent food choice for those concerned about … Continue reading
Using good quality Italian cheeses makes all the difference in this recipe. Taleggio cheese is a semi-soft cheese made from cow’s milk. It is pungent and tangy, and
This is a simple and easy-to-make version of Greek Spanakopita without spinach. Hands-on time is less than 20 minutes; bake time 50 minutes. In this version, I use extra virgin olive oil for brushing over the filo dough (healthier than … Continue reading
I was going to call this recipe “Three-Cheese, Three-Layer Lasagna with Burnt Marinara.” What? you might ask. Let me explain.