LIKE A FISH OUT OF FARGO Spaghetti & Meatballs For The New Year
Happy New Year!
Last New Year's Eve, I pushed myself to go out only to wish I had stayed in.
This year, we stayed in. Jake and I loaded up on Redbox flicks and cheap champagne that we enjoyed with s... Posted on 1/16/13 at 3:40 PM
STAFF BLOG CHEF JEFF Pasta e Fagioli Soup
Pasta e fagioli pasta and beans is a staple of Italian cuisine My initial encounter with it was when I tried a recipe in a cookbook by Dom DeLuise. It was love at first taste.
Recipes for pasta e f... Posted on 12/5/12 at 2:34 PM
STAFF BLOG SUE DOEDEN'S ALL ABOUT FOOD It's like fried rice, but it's made with pasta
As a young girl growing up in a northern suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota, I had little exposure to ethnic foods other than the Hungarian and German foods prepared by my grandma, my mom and my aunts. But... Posted on 5/8/11 at 9:21 AM
MS. SIMPLICITY Fettuccine with a Delicate Tomato Sauce
Pasta is one of those go to meals that everyone eats. I don't know a single person who is not a fan of pasta. Yes, the low-carb craze just about did away with pasta all together but I think it is ha... Posted on 4/6/11 at 5:32 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Ickiest Noodles Ever
A friend of mine recommended whole wheat-based noodles as a healthier alternative to normal noodles, and unfortunately, I actually bought some of the darned things at the store.
You may have a differ... Posted on 9/14/10 at 4:33 PM
The Philadelphia Macaroni Co.’s pasta plant in Grand Forks is eyeing expansion.
Executive vice president Bill Urban said the plant better known as Conte Luna Foods needs two more silos to expand capacity, so it can blend different kinds of flours and additives.
A steep drop in durum wheat acres in U.S. desert country likely won’t hurt the American pasta industry or boost prices for farmers, industry officials say. The reason: there’s plenty of durum still around.
By Blake Nicholson, The Associated Press
, November 15, 2008
You can’t have a summer barbecue or potluck without pasta salad.
Unfortunately, the typical version isn’t all that healthy — white pasta swimming in a heavy mayonnaise-based dressing. Occasionally, there token bits of celery or carrot, but nothing to get a nutritionist excited.
But with a few easy fixes this classic dish can be transformed into a healthful fresh vegetable pasta salad loaded with good carbs and low in saturated fat and sodium. Best of all, it is every bit as creamy as full-fat versions.
By Jim Romanoff, The Associated Press
, June 14, 2008
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