Nonna is a word used in Italian families for grandma. Now, I don’t have a Nonna, but if I did, I’d call this Gluten-Free Baked Spaghetti recipe Nonna’s Baked Spaghetti instead. Why? Because this is something comforting and delicious, like my friend’s Nonna makes and like I imagine
A meal you can eat off for a few days is ideal at the start of the week, especially after a long holiday weekend. This Gluten Free Baked Penne with Roasted Vegetables recipe is a perfect example of such a meal. You simply roast some vegetables, cook some pasta, then toss them
If meatloaf is one of those nostalgic foods for you, you’ll love this Italian-Style Meatloaf, a spruced up classic!
Covered in a bright red tomato sauce, these Vegetarian Italian Meatballs are so delicious and can be made vegan, too!
I just love the flavors of antipasto – artichokes, peppers, salami, mozzarella, tomato – yum! It’s delicious year-round but is even more perfect during the summer. This Gluten-Free Summer Antipasto Pasta Salad has all
I love mussels. They are an inexpensive form of protein, they cook up quickly, have this lovely subtle sweet, sea taste to them, and because they look like restaurant food but are dead simple to make. When I lived in Northern California we used to go to the beach at low tide and harvest mussels. We would throw them in an ice chest, take them home and cook them up