Okay, so this is definitely NOT your grandmother’s tuna casserole. Yes, there is tuna, and yes, there are noodles. But there are also artichoke hearts and there is also feta cheese, and there is absolutely no cream-of-anything soup. It’s light and flavorful with the perfect mixture of cheese and artichoke and just the right amount of pasta. I’m calling it a Mediterranean version because of the feta and artichokes, but you can also call it scrumptious…let’s make it!
Shrimp and grits, I love you way more than a Northern girl should. Maybe it is the Southern husband’s influence, but I have never met a shrimp and grits recipe I didn’t like, and this one is no exception, because it adds artichokes, one of my favorite veggies on earth.
The shrimp and artichokes are cooked in a delectable lemon garlic butter sauce, and then you spoon the whole thing over some grits that have been kicked up with a little butter and parmesan cheese. It’s shrimp and grits at the next level. It’s downright scrumptious. Let’s make it!
It’s Christmas Eve! And whether you celebrate today or tomorrow, somewhere in the holiday merriment you are going to want a festive breakfast that gives you some delicious strength for the unwrapping and oohing and aahing and possible a trip or two to the mall to exchange things. And for all that, I highly recommend this breakfast risotto chock-full of creamy rice with bacon, egg and artichoke hearts. Just the right amount of easy mixed with fancy mixed with scrumptious.
Fettuccine Alfredo, I love you. I do. But we’ve been together for so long now, and while I feel that I have developed new interests and generally grown and expanded my horizons, you have stayed the same as you’ve ever been…a creamy and decadent bowl of pasta with cream and butter and parmesan cheese. And frankly, I’m getting a little, well, bored. So if we are going to continue our relationship, you’re going to have to evolve along with me. I’m thinking blue cheese. I’m thinking artichokes.
Mmm, mmm, mmm, lemon chicken with artichokes, all cooked together with some fresh herbs in one pan and topped with shaved parmesan. There are one skillet dinners, and then there are One Skillet Dinners. This one is a lemony extravaganza of deliciousness that can be an elegant dinner party centerpiece or a simple and satisfyingRead More & Get the Recipe
Okay, so I know that this is not the most beautiful food picture I have ever taken. Not by a long shot…and usually when that happens, I usually don’t post about the recipe, because for me and my little blog, it’s as much about the picture as it is the recipe. Please see this postRead More & Get the Recipe