Tomato Crab Ravioli | Whenever I want to feel better, I turn to one of my oldest friends. Pasta. He’s a good friend…a really, really good friend. Especially when he’s homemade and joined by a couple of our other best buds – crab, bacon, cream cheese – and smothered in a butter reduction. Come hang out and see what I’m talking about…Details
Purple Carrot Fettuccine in Bacon Fat | Oh guess what? We got an idea we think you’ll like…let’s combine pasta and bacon fat! Eh? (that’s Canadian for yes or no, by the way). Bruin and I give that one a resounding YES! So here you go, this is it, the recipe that satisfies both the pasta…Details
Salami Orzo + Tomato Butter | We’ve kinda fallen in love with salami. We’re not going to lie. It’s that cured salty, meaty goodness that adds an awesome texture and complexity to any dish. We use it in everything from salads to pasta fillings, and are ALWAYS asked what that little secret ingredient is! Well, we…Details
Crispy Roquefort Mac & Cheese | Want to know what makes the 4th of July even better? Believe it or not, besides overly-patriotic Toby Keith songs and chest bumping a beer-toting stranger, there is a way. And it comes in the form of elbow macaroni and cheese.
Keeping with the Independence spirit, we decided to once again accept a helping hand from the French (they actually bailed us out during the revolution), and smother our noodles in their Roquefort blue cheese before we tossed it all with good ole’ US of A crispy chicken thighs.
This is a special one. Perfect for the family. Perfect for celebrating America (and your chocolate labrador).Details
Crabby Carbonara | There is a special pasta out there that we think you’ll love. If you haven’t heard of it already, it’s called Casarecce. Hailing from Sicily, this little guy is rolled up into a scroll and makes a perfect vessel for your favorite sauce. Or in this case, a sauce stuffed with jumbo crab, egg and cream. Hungry yet?Details
Bacon Linguine in Pink Sauce | Have you fallen in love with Linguine yet? We fall head over heals year after year…after year. Yes, she’s fatter than spaghetti. But she’s thinner than fettuccine. She’s a northwestern girl from the Genoa region of Italy. We like that too. She’s pretty, easy to twirl on the fork and always satisfies our pasta cravings. So what could possibly make her better?! Well, a little bacon couldn’t hurt…Details
Surf and Turf Ravioli | When you think surf & turf, what comes to mind? I bet it’s some combination of steak and shrimp…or lobster. That’s great and all but let’s shake the tree a bit and see what twist we can conjure up. How about a recipe that’s more aligned with our pocket books and introduces everyone’s favorite ingredient – pasta. Or better yet, stuffed raviolis. This is one you won’t forget.Details
Spaghetti Mac & Cheddar | Do you like pasta? If you don’t, we don’t trust you. Just kidding.Well, not really. Pasta should be everyone’s favorite. It’s the best thing on the planet, so naturally we make a ton of it. We like to mix and match, add new spices, and even throw in different techniques…Details
Sriracha Lobster Mac & Cheese | We hope you’re sitting down. You’re about to be blown away by a comfort food hurricane. There are few things richer, sweeter or more fancy than this lobster macaroni and cheese. Four cheeses. Check. Fresh lobster tails. Check. Homemade clam broth. Check. Buttered breadcrumbs. Check. You get the picture. This IS the perfect storm.Details
Acini Di Pepe in Adobo Cream | If you ever find yourself crashing weddings in the Italian countryside, you may stumble upon this little pasta – the acini di pepe. It is usually found in wedding soups since it’s so tiny and delicious. In fact, it’s such a popular pasta it also makes an appearance in Middle Eastern cuisine! But we wanted an American version – a version that knocked the pants off our flavor buds and made us the leader of the pasta free world. This is it.Details
Simple Curry Lo Mein | I don’t think we’ve ever ordered Chinese food without uttering the words Lo Mein (it’s kinda a staple if you know what I mean). And the funny thing is, even after all those times slurping down those noodles, we realized we’ve never even tried to make it ourselves! But oh how times have changed. Read on for a simple, satisfying noodle party-in-your-mouth.
You won’t be ordering out again anytime soon.Details