Pasta with Spinach, Chili, and Walnuts #SundaySupper #GGHoliday2013

Creamy Spinach Pasta with Chili Pepper and Walnuts

Like so many other people, I’m always on the lookout for easy, fool-proof entertaining recipes this time of year. With all of the hustle and bustle surrounding the holidays, it seems like no matter how much I plan I still always find myself scrambling to pull things together at the last second! This pasta with […]

Cajun Chicken Pasta (Secret Recipe Club)

Cajun Chicken Pasta

Cajun Chicken Pasta

This Cajun chicken pasta takes me back to the 90′s. I feel like there used to be some variation of it on the menu of every casual dining restaurant, but I haven’t had anything like it in years!

The inspiration for this recipe comes from Amy at Fearless Homemaker, who I was paired up with for this month’s Secret Recipe Club.  Her photos of this dish looked so amazing that I simply had to make it right away!

Cauliflower, Potato & Cheddar Pierogi for #SundaySupper

whole wheat cauliflower and potato pierogi from Healthy-Delicious.com

whole wheat cauliflower and potato pierogi from Healthy-Delicious.com

Pepper Jack Mac & Cheese (Secret Recipe Club)

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Chicken and Pepper Pasta {+ Marzetti Giveaway!}

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Grilled Chicken and Pepper Pasta

Spring is finally here! It was so gorgeous this weekend that I wanted to spend every second possible outside. From the looks of my blog analytics, we’re all on the same page… there weren’t very many people looking at recipes this week and I definitely don’t blame them. I have the perfect recipe for you though – it takes practically no time or effort at all. If you have a burner on your grill, you can even make the whole thing outside (and it will be done in even less time, since those grill burners are so hot that they bring water to a boil in the bat of an eye!)

Veal + Lentil Bolognese

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Do you have a few hours with nowhere to go? Grab your biggest pot and make this Bolognese – you’ll be glad you did!

I wish I had a story to tell you about this recipe, but I really don’t. I made it last Saturday, which was rainy and cold. We stayed in and let it simmer all afternoon while we did work around the house – Bolognese is simple to make, but it needs to cook for a few hours in order to thicken up and let the flavors develop. It smelled absolutely amazing while it cooked; we kept wandering into the kitchen to check up on it. It felt like an eternity had passed by the time we sat down to eat, but it was well worth it.