Lemon zest and mascarpone are stuffed into thick white bread slices, dipped in batter, pan fried, and smothered in fresh peach sauce. This recipe is great for breakfast and fancy enough for dessert.
Made with sweet potatoes and seasoned with ginger, nutmeg, and cayenne pepper, this creamy soup is topped with honey-roasted peanuts.
A cold pasta salad with orzo, green olives, feta cheese, parsley, dill, tomato, olive oil, and lemon juice. If you don’t have fresh herbs, use dried, but be sure to use more to make up the difference in flavor.
This monkey bread uses chopped apple to add a unique spin on the family favorite.
What better way to get your veggies in than with a savory Italian dish like Pasta Primavera. This version combines a little bit of heat from red pepper flakes with fresh vegetables, herbs and the smokey flavor of a smoked Gouda cheese. It’s a wonderful combination of crunchy and creamy.
For those who haven’t completely given up on homemade stuffing and are looking for a simple, memorable stuffing, this recipe – and it’s tasty variations – will set you on the path in the right direction.
A luscious sauce of butter, heavy cream and Locatella or Parmesan cheese is made hearty with sweet Italian sausage. Served over fettuccini noodles, this recipe makes two large or three small servings.
Toasted orzo pasta is simmered with garlic, then tossed with fresh cherry tomatoes, basil, and gorgonzola cheese in this delicious Italian-inspired side dish.
This salmon steak is grilled with a sweet, simple peach sauce. It can also be baked.
This colorful and wholesome breakfast parfait is nice enough for company, and easy enough for everyday. This parfait is particularly attractive when served in a clear glass to show off the lovely layers.