Butternut Squash Carbonara Ravioli

Did I mention this filling has bacon in it? Oh yeah, and LOTS of salty Pecorino Romano (if you can’t tell, it’s my favorite cheese). And gobs of sage. And the star himself, Mister Roasted Butternut Squash. If you don’t want to go through the trouble of making your own pasta, there’s an alternate method at the end of the recipe. … More Butternut Squash Carbonara Ravioli

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Spicy Sweet Potato Hash

Brunch is kind of taking over the world, isn’t it? Living here in Atlanta, good luck and Godspeed to you if you want to go out for brunch on the weekends during any kind of normal brunch hour. I’ve had success going really early (8 a.m.) or really late (3 p.m.), but never anywhere from around 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Atlantans just looove brunch. … More Spicy Sweet Potato Hash

Mediterranean Sautéed Vegetable Panzanella

Panzanella is the perfect dish. On the one, it’s technically a salad and is usually bursting with fresh, lightly dressed vegetables that sing in earthy goodness. On the other, it’s full of bread. Toasty, crunchy, chewy bread. Panzanella is a study in oxymorons: A carby, filling, semi-unhealthy salad. But at least there’s greenery? … More Mediterranean Sautéed Vegetable Panzanella

Dandelion Greens Pesto

As a child, I was frequently turned loose in the yard when I said I was hungry, with the expectation that I’d find something to eat in the garden. I usually did. Buuuut… I’ve always been an adventurous eater. This led to chowing down on some questionable things, such as Queen Anne’s lace (perfectly safe … More Dandelion Greens Pesto