Get your hands on some of the best goat cheese you can find and make this easy and delicious recipe for shrimp, tomato and basil linguine with goat cheese rounds! Simple little toasted goat cheese rounds take this pasta recipe from regular to elegant in two shakes of a goat’s tail.
This recipe is so quick and so easy and SO delicious, and it’s all about one of my favorite appliances. The food processor. Yep, as long as you can boil water and push the on button, you are all set with this one, and that’s my kind of dinner on a weeknight. And recently we had a weekday to end all weekdays (wedding update, hint hint!) so it was great to have a delicious and easy pasta recipe to come home to.
Ready to hear the latest wedding journey news, and to follow that up with some pasta with shrimp and feta cheese sauce? Let’s make it!
I am a big old soup lover, and just because we are getting into the lazy hazy days of summer, that doesn’t mean I am giving up my beloved soup. Nope, I’m just going to divert to cool and refreshing soups that are just the ticket for warm summer evenings. Chilled hummus soup. Avocado vichyssoise. And my current favorite, which is this scrumptious and easy shrimp gazpacho. It comes together in less than 15 minutes, and is chock-full of good and good for you summer veggies.
So, ready to cook down with my new favorite summertime soup supper? Let’s make it!
So, we all know what Sunday is, right? Mother’s Day!! The day that moms across the land get to kick back and not cook dinner OR clean up the kitchen. (Full disclosure: this mom never cleans up the kitchen, because that is one of the Southern husband’s specialties. You can’t have him, he’s MINE.) So if you are still pondering what to make your mama on Sunday, may I recommend this easy peasy recipe for lemon artichoke shrimp scampi? Along with being DE-licious, it also cooks up in a snap in a foil packet on the grill, meaning extremely little clean-up action for anyone involved.
So, ready for some lemon artichoke shrimp deliciousness? Let’s make it!
This super-simple recipe for shrimp fried farro is the result of one of my hard and fast kitchen rules, which is this: whenever you make something that can be repurposed into another recipe, MAKE EXTRA. Extra buttermilk rosemary grilled chicken turns into chicken soup the next day. Extra grilled steak turns into perfect steak Caesar salad later in the week. And extra nutty, chewy, gorgeous farro that you made for farro tomato salad turns into lickety-split shrimp fried farro. It’s got the same things you love about shrimp fried rice, except the egg is poached instead of scrambled, the shrimp is whole instead of chopped, and the rice is, well, farro. Because while shrimp fried rice is a beautiful thing, it’s also fun to shake things up now and then, don’t you think? Let’s make it!
This quick and easy recipe for shrimp and sausage scramble is not only one of my go-to suppers at the end of a long hard day, it’s also easy to customize by varying the type of sausage you use. If you are a spicy type of person like the Southern husband, go for andouille sausage or chorizo. If you are a spice wimp like myself, kielbasa or chicken sausage is what you want. Either way, the conglomeration of sausage and shrimp scrambled up with eggs might not be the prettiest plate full of deliciousness, but it is definitely all kinds of scrumptious…and both fast and healthy at that! Ready to scramble? Let’s make it!