Dad’s new favorite pizza.
These buns made from scratch might not be as pretty as ones you buy in the store, but they taste better and are better for you.
A thick, hearty, and healthy soup.
The homemade version of Wonder Bread.
Fettuccine tossed with basil pesto. Simple yet elegant. I could eat this every day.
A basil and olive oil sauce that can be used in pizza, pasta, and much more.
An easy-to-make recipe that yields an impressively elegant earthy flavor.
Caramel lovers rejoice. The combination of browned butter and brown sugar bring the taste of caramel to a cookie.
A rich garlic Alfredo sauce tops this pizza that is chock full of shredded chicken and veggies.
A hearty no-flour cookie recipe.
A sickly sweet icing tops the perfect white cake.
Not at all wheat-y bread.
A more adult-like chocolate chip cookie.
I didn’t think you could make pecans any better. Apparently salt and butter will do that to almost anything!
A pizza guaranteed to knock your socks off.
I’ve had problems with alfredo sauces in the past. This recipe is no-fail. And delicious!
The tuna melt is one of my favorite open-faced sandwiches in existence. The best part? So easy to make.
This is another one of the recipes in Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day aka my new bread Bible.
Soft, chewy and slightly gooey.
What’s a better way to use up day old focaccia bread? I can’t think of anything else besides a three-cheese grilled cheese sandwich (0ther than by adding bacon!).