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Tag Archives: noodles
Did you know there is a day dedicated to shrimp? Yep – today is National Shrimp Day! We eat more of this shellfish in the US than any other seafood! People used to think it was high in cholesterol, but the … Continue reading
Looking for something rich and spicy? How about a Thai inspired soup rich with coconut milk, shrimp and spicy curry? Here’s a recipe that’s quick to prepare and delicious!
Today is the first day of the Chinese Lunar New Year – Celebrating the year of the Fire Rooster! This annual celebration is marked with a variety of foods that have symbolic meanings. Eating longevity noodles during the feast will … Continue reading
It’s National Spaghetti day! Most people immediately think of the long noodles with a tomato and meat sauce, but the word refers simply to the pasta! Spaghetti is from the Italian word that means “thin string” or “twine”. A perfect … Continue reading
Looking for an idea for all those leftovers? I love turkey sandwiches, but you can only have so many! Here is a great idea for some of that leftover turkey – and it’s our Pasta of the Month!
Looking for a quick week night dinner when it’s just the two of you? How about some pork chops and noodles in a quick tomato sauce? Well here it is!
It’s another National food day – National Noodle Day. No one seems to know where this National day came from, but it’s a perfect day to share the Pasta of the month!
This beef and pasta dish is believed to have originated in Russia in the 19th century. As the story goes, the chef to Count Pavel Stroganov created the recipe for a contest and named it after his employer. The fact … Continue reading
I love pasta – any kind of pasta! So I’m starting a new monthly feature – Pasta of the Month. It will run in the middle of the month, every month, and include, not only a new recipe, but pasta … Continue reading
Pasta week has come to an end. And to finish off the list, here is a quick, delicious and really easy pasta. Years ago, a friend from Italy taught me her mama’s garlic pasta recipe – just slicing up garlic, … Continue reading