What’s for dinner: Saturday

Dinner tonight was slightly experimental. The pasta is just capellini with olive oil, red pepper flakes, sliced garlic, Pecorino Romano, and chopped parsley. The parsley came from today’s CSA box, which is super green heavy. It’s called Pasta Mezzanotte and it takes about ten minutes to make. Super easy. It was fine, but not exciting. … Continue reading

Marinated Steak Salad

When lettuce time rolls around, I never quite know what to do.  I can only stomach so many green salads in my lunch.  My husband won’t eat it at all…until…MEAT!  This was a great way to use all the hearts of Romaine we got in the box this week and a way to use a … Continue reading

Baked Chard Frittata

My CSA posted this recipe on their Facebook page last week and I knew I wanted to try it. But I ended up making a bunch of changes. A lot of chard recipes say to discard or save the stems for another use, but I like to use them with the greens when possible. The … Continue reading

White Beans and Sausage with Kale

I’ve been holding off on a few posts because my photos have been coming out poorly. I’ve decided to post them anyway, add photos the next time I make those recipes. It’s a brand new year. This is a recipe from the New York Times that I have adapted a little for my CSA and … Continue reading

Meatball Soup

This is another one of my favorite Emeril recipes. It is wonderful on cold winter nights. The recipe is great as-is, but I’ve made it so many times I have changed  a few things, so I have included my version. I swapped a few ingredients, lightened up on the tomato paste, and took out all … Continue reading