There are many ways to make tomato sauce. While there is a time and place for the longer cooking and more complex sauces, I rarely find those times! This simple version is almost always what I make. This tomato sauce is boldly tomatoey and works on just about anything. It also takes 5 minutes to make. Can’t beat that. Keep reading
Zucchini and summer squash are so abundant in the summer months. You start by sautéing the zucchini with garlic and chili flakes, then you add some lemon, cream and cheese and toss with the noodles. Creamy zucchini fettucine is like a lighter, brighter fettuccine alfredo. It also comes together in no time—the veggies will be ready by the time your pasta is cooked. You’ll love it, I promise. Keep reading
I’m still on vacation so here’s another delicious summer recipe from the archives! This savory summer cobbler is basically a kind of play on ratatouille with a big tray of roasted vegetables and savory southern style biscuit topping to soak up all the flavorful juices. Enjoy it!
It’s the summer, it’s beautiful and we’re celebrating 2 years since the Good and Cheap Kickstarter ended … and we just donated our 70,000th free cookbook! So let’s make some decadent shrimp rolls!
But first, the free PDF has now been downloaded 1 MILLION TIMES. If you haven’t seen it, grab a copy here.
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Huge, unending thanks to everyone who made this possible — the Kickstarter backers, Workman Publishing, our distribution partner Access Wireless, and all of you who spread the word (and who spread the book itself). You’ve changed my life, and we’ve changed a lot of other lives together. 🙂 Keep reading