We’re always looking for good recipes and if it’s something that’s quick and easy to make that’s even better. When we came across this recipe for Crispy Sheet Pan Gnocchi and Veggies and tried it for ourselves, it did not disappoint. Quick…check. Easy…check. Delicious…check, check! I never would have thought
Maddy’s antics never cease to amuse us (and, let’s be honest,Â sometimes drive us crazy); the image above is of one of her rubber squeaker toys which she’s dropped into the toilet all by herselfÂ – we fished it out and properly cleaned it off…but it did give us a good laugh!
It’s been a whirlwind of a week for me – at the office, we packed up everything to move into our new space while at the same time packing for Ross on the Road events we’re traveling for inÂ seven cities from Tuesday, July 19th (in Boston) through Thursday, July 28th
We decided to make some soup to warm us up fromÂ the cold weather that finally arrived. So IÂ madeÂ a spin on a classic, spaghetti-os.Â It is a simple roasted tomato & red pepper soup with circle shaped pasta, anelli, added to it. ingredients: 1 package of anelli pasta (or any other
Things I love: My husband (who makes me lattes). Roos Roast Lobster Butter Love in my lattes. Saturday mornings at home. Thunderstorms. Garden flowers. Pasta for dinner (with fresh-cut garden basil on top). My cutie pup (who looks extra cute here in her Texas Tech collar begging for crackers).
I am enjoying every minute of this joyous holiday season – holiday parties & get-togethers, delicious food & drink, & happy memories! We put together this “Christmas fettuccine” for a potluck & it was easy with only a few ingredients;Â I think it looks very festive with its red & green
I am a sucker for a good pasta dish! It’s one of the foods I almost always crave. I find that, often times, the simplest dishes are the best & this one just further solidified that idea in my head – it was pretty amazing! So when I found this
365 – Day 181
So I don’t know exactly what awesome sauce is; I first heard it the phrase while watching a video of a laser cutter playing the theme song to Super Mario Bros. That was definitely awesome. When Val tasted the sauce, it set her mouth ablaze with spiciness and flavor, and
When we first moved here one of Val’s colleagues had us over for dinner and we ate a dish they called the Fraumann Special. At its basic it is garlic and spinach sauteed in olive oil, fettucini, and sun-dried tomatoes tossed together. Val had a hankering for it lately, but