Category Archives: Pasta

Amish Beef and Noodles

We often come back to this recipe, like a visit to an old friend. The recipe originally comes from Marcia Adams in her book Cooking from Quilt Country, hence, the recipe’s name. We purchased that cookbook in the 1990’s; it … Continue reading

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Caraway-Scented Noodles

The author of the previous recipe called for serving the pork medallions in the previous blog entry on caraway-scented noodles. The caraway seeds give a unique flavor that is perfect with the medallions. We include the recipe here as a … Continue reading

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Fettucine with Kale Pesto

This recipe is a great find! We received a “heaping helping” of kale from our local farm food share, and like many others, we assume, were unsure what to do with the leafy green stuff. Not that we are afraid … Continue reading

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Stuffed Shells

We made this recipe recently because (You guessed it!) we wanted to use up some overflow tomato sauce from a recent batch we were freezing for later use. The recipe is from the September 2012 issue of Family Circle. Here … Continue reading

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Wild Mushroom Broken Spaghetti Risotto with Arugula and Hazelnuts

As we noted in the previous blog entry, Rachael Ray served her chicken tenders Saltimbocca over this “risotto.” This recipe is just plain fun: to cook, to look at, and to eat. The mushrooms provide great color and flavor. Here … Continue reading

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Fettucine Bolognese

When we think about pasta meat sauce, the trinity of onion, celery, and carrot combined with evaporated milk does not come to mind, but this recipe from Ellie Krieger in her book The Food You Crave on page 163 proved … Continue reading

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