If you’re going to go to the effort, you might as well make a whole bunch of these. If your house is like mine (or my parents, or any of my aunts or cousins), they’ll disappear right from the plate while you’re making them and from the fridge if you’ve made them ahead of time. Make lots.
Less bump, more grind. We’re making sausage at the Casa di Swears!
Sometimes, after a week that challenges you right down to your very marrow, you just need a fun diversion. Like, say, a scavenger hunt. Or booze. Or both. Totally both. So you say to yourself, “Self, how can I have a scavenger hunt, but stay hydrated, and ensure the future hydration of future shenanigans?” And […]
This weekend, it was our turn to host La Famiglia for soup. I asked my gentleman associate to get a vegetable. He got both asparagus and green beans. We cooked asparagus, and the beans remained in the fridge. A few days ago, I filled a glass container with raw beans to eat with hummus at […]
Pasta and Peas is on my absolute top 5 La Famiglia’s comfort food list. If you can’t have chicken soup because you’re observing the abstinence of, say, Fridays during Lent, or Christmas Eve, you can bet that there’s gonna be Pasta and Peas. I loves me all the pasta, from Mac and Cheese from a […]
So, it’s Lent now, and that means no meat on Fridays. Rigatoni Pasta Pie is a dish that is impressive to look at, but not really difficult to make. If you have someone you want to impress, do this. You can totally do it – I know you can.
This week, the focus of carnival switches back to Lundi Gras in New Orleans, and there’s a Red Beans Parade. Of course there is – Monday is red beans day.