Carbs rule. So dive into a big bowl of slurpy pasta.
Once you see how easy it is to make pesto, it’ll be tempting to make a jar or two anytime you have surplus greens on hand.
These hearty sandwiches are a riff on the classic Philly Cheesesteak, only with sausages in the leading role; the recipe doubles easily for larger families (or appetites), and leftovers can be quickly transformed into a hearty pasta sauce the next day.
When you’re in need of a quick meal, a creamy carbonara comes together in just a little more time than it takes the pasta to cook – and chances are you already have the ingredients in your kitchen.
Try your hand at fresh pasta, it’s easier than you think.
The simplest homemade pasta you'll ever make - trofie requires no rolling or fancy shaping, and kids can get in on it too.
Need a quick dinner fix? Deli-roasted chicken, meet pasta. And for dessert try the trifle-like Eton mess.
This rustic pasta with crunchy walnuts, spicy sausage and brilliant green rapini is perfect for a cool fall dinner.
Fresh sausages make instant, preseasoned meatballs with no mess; simply squeeze the meat out of its casing directly into the pan.
This penne – so easy, so cheesy – is a great use of leftover ham and it's easy enough to make in about ten minutes – the sauce comes together while the pasta boils.