My mom originally made this recipe, and before that I had absolutely zero interest in salisbury steak. My only experience was serving it, as a waitress, in a diner, to maybe one out of a thousand patrons. Needless to say, it didn’t look very appetizing. I didn’t understand the concept of a salisbury steak. Was it a glorified burger? A miniature meatloaf? Why is it called steak, if it’s made with ground meat?
This Shrimp Scampi is so quick and easy to make. Feel free to substitute the cream with coconut milk, clam juice, or vegetable broth.
Last week, someone mentioned pasta and Bolognese Sauce. I hadn’t made it in such a long time, and I’ve been missing Italy and the delicious authentic meals I had there, with Scott. So, I decided to make this, recently. It came out so good, and I had to share it with you!
This dish is perfect for the summer. I feel like I’m in Tuscany whenever I prepare this! Bok choy and cannellini beans go so well, together. Next time you’re looking for a light salad with a lot of Italian flavor, try this Bok Choy & Cannellini Salad!
Summer is the perfect time, for all things, BLUEBERRY. (Ok, and corn, tomatoes, peaches, and strawberries…) But, since Chase loves blueberries, the most. And, since I recently created this recipe (inspired by Ina Garten’s Croissant Bread Pudding) using blueberries (in lieu of raisins), we’re going with it. This Blueberry Croissant Pudding is sure to be a big hit at your next summer barbecue. I promise!
I know. It’s practically summer, and I’m sharing a recipe for soup!? Scott was sick this week, and the fact remains. A hearty soup like Italian Wedding Soup can do wonders for the immune system. Any time of year!