Stuffed Pepper Soup

About This Recipe: I love a good, overly stuffed pepper, but sometimes it seems like too much work to actually stuff and bake them in the oven. This soup is perfect because it incorporates all of the yummy parts of a stuffed pepper, but in just one giant pot. I chose to use crushed tomatoes … More Stuffed Pepper Soup

Crunchwrap Supreme

About This Recipe: Last weekend I took a stroll to my local mall in Queens, and of course that had me thinking about the food court and specifically Taco Bell. Although I resisted the temptation, I was thinking about the crunchwrap supreme all week and decided to recreate it at home. It’s really so simple … More Crunchwrap Supreme

Turkey Chili

About This Recipe: Turkey chili isn’t the fanciest or prettiest soup on the block, but it has a lot of personality. This is a great dish to make for dinner on a cold, winter night, and leftovers freeze well to have on hand for whenever you’re in a bind. I keep the recipe super minimal- … More Turkey Chili

Spaghetti Bolognese

About This Recipe: Spaghetti bolognese is an uncomplicated, yet time intensive dish. It consists of everyday ingredients and techniques, but really needs to simmer away for at least two hours to achieve the depth and richness associated with a good bolognese. The red wine and milk give the meat and vegetables amazing flavor, and nearly … More Spaghetti Bolognese

Pasta e Fagioli

About This Recipe: For another rainy weekend in NYC, I decided to make my favorite Italian soup- Pasta e Fagioli! I’ve really only had it a few times at local Italian restaurants and pizzerias, but it’s such a hearty and delicious soup that it can be a full meal. Pasta e Fagioli is not only … More Pasta e Fagioli