When I was a kid my mom used to make the most buttery, salty garlic bread. I am not entirely sure how she made it, I should probably ask her. But one day while scrolling through Pinterest, I found //this recipe for Garlic Bread Spread// and it sounded so much like what my mom made,
Herb and garlic cheese spread is another old recipe I found in my binder from my early days of learning how to cook. I remember Aaron loved it back then, so when I saw this I thought it would make a good snack for him to bring in for lunch! It’s funny because the day
Today, I bring you one of my favorite old-time recipes from when I first started learning how to cook: fresh tomato and garlic penne. When I first started learning how to cook, I was also sort of discovering that I liked pasta. Weird, I know, right? Like, who am I? I don’t even know sometimes.
Creamy. Roasted garlic. Tortellini. Hands-down, without a doubt, my most favoritest pasta dish of all time. I know I know, it doesn’t look like a whole lot in the picture. But I can assure you that this pasta dish is so flavorful and so filling and so creamy and so slutty. Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaany years ago, when
Are you guys ready for the big game? I get excited for football season in the fall because it means I can make game food on Sundays. I care much more about the food than about the game. Usually. Our Eagles aren’t the best. But in recent years I have become more interested in football.