Whether you’re allergic to tomatoes, don’t like them, or want to reduce your intake of nightshades, these vegan pasta sauces without tomatoes are for you!
A large-scale study shows that pasta’s bad rep is undeserved. Eating reasonable amounts of pasta actually makes you healthier.
If I could live anywhere, I’d live in Italy. The next best thing? Eataly — Chicago’s Italian food megamarket. Sensazionale! Let me take you on a tour…
How much do you know about the Italian Christmas Eve tradition, the Feast of the Seven Fishes? This may be the best new holiday tradition you’ll ever adopt.
I thought I knew how to cook pasta, but it turns out I’ve been doing it wrong for my entire adult life. Here’s how to cook pasta that doesn’t stick.
Food and politics go together like pasta and sauce — food choices always reflect the culture, background, and social values of the person making them. In fascinating food news developments this week, for at least the second time in recent memory a major food manufacturer is learning the hard way that homophobia just isn’t as popular as it used to be. Barilla chairman’s anti-gay comments spark outrage and trigger boycotts, as the pasta controversy reaches a rolling boil on the conscious consumerism scene.
Trying to eat a bit healthier? Healthy pasta recipes can help you get off to a great start. Pasta is easy to make, even on a busy weeknight, and paired with healthy fresh veggies it can make a great staple food for a healthy diet. Check out these healthy pasta recipes!
When I couldn’t find crème fraîche in my grocery store for a new dish I wanted to try, I searched for a crème fraîche recipe, et voila! I made my own.
Sleepovers, play-dates, or newly vegan family habits can pose challenges for cooks with young children. Or maybe you’re not vegan (yet!), but would like to find ways to get more healthy vegetable-based foods into your favorite itty-bitty human. This recipe packs a great nutritional punch without the animal junk, in a tasty noodly kid-friendly package!
My family adores pasta. And because many pasta recipes come together quickly, we eat more than our share. One of our favorite pasta dishes is one I adapted from a Giada De Laurentiis recipe for Orecchiete with Sausage, Beans, and Mascarpone.
Written by the co-founder of Saveur and editorial director of The Daily Meal.com, Coleman Andrews, Country Cooking of Italy, is one of the most beautiful and locally focused cookbooks I’ve ever seen. Just in time for the holidays too.
Tired of your usual lasagna recipe? Try this pasta bake that has both Italian and Mexican flavors
This dish is a wonderful combination of shellfish, spicy sausage, pasta, wine, garlic and cilantro. The prep is as entertaining as the dish itself and makes for wonderful dinner party theatre!