Sometimes simple is best. Roasted meaty mushrooms and fresh woodsy thyme, tossed with pasta and slicked with buttery reduced dry sherry. Perfect solo supper.
A deliciously fatty pork shoulder, braised in fruity and floral rosé, flavored with garlic, thyme, and anchovies, make a meaty, mellow, and comforting low-effort winter dinner.
Steak Béarnaise is a decadent indulgence, and you won’t believe how easy it is to make. You and one other very lucky person will be extremely satisfied.
Tossing breadcrumbs with pasta might sound odd, but it’s an old Italian trick for those that couldn’t afford Parmigiano—cucina povera. With the briny bite of frazzle capers it’s the perfect speedy supper.
My take on Pesto Trapanese—the Sicilian pesto of tomatoes, almonds, and anchovy—spooned over tender-crisp green beans. Perfect alternative to green bean casserole for the holidays or as a bright and fresh side for the summer.