This summer orzo with shrimp and basil combines all of late summer’s best flavors in a delicious, easy-to-prepare dinner that everyone will love.
This spicy shrimp and corn chowder with chorizo is prepared by frying smoked, Spanish-style chorizo and using the spicy rendered oil as a base for the rest of the chowder.
The ghost pepper crusted steak is all sorts of spicy and the three-cheese mashed potatoes help control some of the heat from the steak.
Clams and pancetta is one of my favorite combinations – the mild, briny flavor of the clams paired with the salty, savory flavor of pancetta creates a richness that’s absolutely perfect.
A simple one-pot lemon chicken with beans and spinach is the perfect weeknight dinner recipe. It’s easy to prepare, uses only one pot, and tastes delicious.
We baked this pasta and harissa tomato sauce with dollops of harissa-spiked ricotta cheese and then baked it until it was ooey-gooey and browned on top for the perfect, easy, decadent dinner.
Because I had a bunch of leftover tomatoes from the photoshoot, I decided to put them to good use in this vegetarian pasta recipe of rigatoni in creamy tomato sauce.
This pan-seared tilapia salad is super easy to prepare but tastes really expensive despite using easy-to-source ingredients and very affordable tilapia!
Beans and greens are elevated with bay scallops, plenty of lemon juice, and lots of garlic. This recipe for beans and greens with scallops will be your new go-to weeknight seafood recipe.
Scallops in a creamy lemon caper sauce is truly something divine. We served this creamy lemon caper sauce topped with beautifully seared scallops and al dente orzo.
This vegetarian udon with spicy peanut sauce is the definitive (and delicious!) quick dinner night recipe.
These chipotle-maple sweet potato breakfast bowls are perfect for a brunch party. Each bowl is topped with soft-boiled eggs and a drizzle of spicy crema.