Fall is for comfort food. This is that. If you don’t like Mac and cheese, I don’t know how to help you. It’s so creamy and warm. And we loaded ours with crispy bacon, Ritz crumbs and fresh pepper slices (thanks Ms. Millie). I wanna make it again rn looking at all these photos. Yum. Let’s make Mac and cheese together...
I made this ravioli and my sweet friend Rebecca from Happily the Hicks made a Creamy Sage and Parmesan Sauce... we ate it for lunch and were amazed at how perfectly they paired (and how perfectly fall it was). So I highly encourage you to make this ravioli + her sauce. Let's make ravioli together...
This is my mother’s lasagana. Well, pretty much. The only things I did differently than my mum does— I added sausage and I used homemade ricotta, mozzarella, sauce and noodles. My mum doesn’t use fresh mozzarella at all actually... so if you’d rather not then you definitely don’t have to, it will still be very yum. But the homemade mozzarella and ricotta make it much creamier. But besides all that it’s basically my mum’s recipe. My mother has made this for as long as I can remember and she’s honestly ruined me for all others. Like I don’t even like getting lasagna at restaurants because hers is better. Maybe it’s all speculation. Maybe. But maybe hers really is that good. Maybe you should make it and find out. Let’s make lasagna together.
This recipe was given to me by my older sister. She’s probably a better cook than me. This is extremely easy to make. Cook your onion, dump everything in a pot, cook for a few hours. Oh, you can most definitely make this in a crock pot rather than on the stove. Yum. Homemade sauce. You in? Let’s make pasta sauce together.
Pasta is one of my favorite things to make. It's surprisingly simple, fun to work with and obviously yum to eat. Try with me?
Pasta is very simple to make. The recipe is rather straightforward. There are lots of variations of dough you can make, this is just the one that I most often make. You CAN dry out pasta, but I prefer not to with this particular recipe because it gets a bit crumbly.... but it tastes lovely cooked fresh, or from frozen. No, you do not need a pasta maker to make homemade pasta. You can use one. I have one that Jeremy got me last Christmas. I use it often so my dough can be uniform. Honestly though, the pasta machine is not faster than doing it by hand. It is only more consistent. I made pasta one time with my friend Brittany and we wanted to see if one was faster than the other... and they're literally the same... both take a bit of time. So maybe don't try this when you have somewhere to be shortly. Try it on your day off... and make enough to save some for later to make the most of your time and your effort. Let’s make pasta together.