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.
Risotto is one of those dishes that intimidates people, and I am not even really sure why. A few months back, I tried my hand at risotto by making The Pioneer Woman’s //sun-dried tomato risotto//, and it was FABULOUS. And it was amazingly NOT HARD. I don’t know if you guys know me? Or if
Pico de gallo is like… the perfect condiment for Mexican food. I use it on almost everything I make that’s Mexican. Tacos, taco salads, nachos, quesadillas, even as a dip on its own. Obviously you want to make sure you have the freshest, ripest ingredients as this is a raw dish with simple flavors. Two
I am actually really proud of this recipe. This recipe came to me in bursts of ideas over the course of a day when I was trying to think of how I could use up some leftover bruschetta. At first I thought about piling it onto a piece of grilled chicken. And forking-and-knifing it. And