Classic tomato sauce and pasta from our 2017 Italian Home Cooking Class. Parker promises that "after a couple of times and a little organization, you will be able to produce this dish start to finish in 20 minutes to one half hour." A helpful tool-- a food mill for turning your tomatoes and garlic into a finished sauce with a little personality.
"I just used some of the products we've been getting from you guys to make a pretty delicious macaroni and cheese dish. I wrote this down from memory so hopefully it's accurate. It uses the smoked cheddar and Mayfield Gouda along with an heirloom corn chip topping." - Blair S.
These meatballs get their fun color from a hefty dose of minced spinach or kale worked into the meat. Serve with red sauce and pasta, veggie noodles, or on top of a bed of sautéed greens for a super healthy and kiddo-friendly dinner.
This recipe is a veggie-based "kitchen sink" kind of recipe: we had some leftover roasted cubes of butternut squash, about a half bunch of kale, some pesto in the freezer made over the summer and a few parsnips in the fridge. It was delicious-- we each got seconds! If you don't have one or another ingredient, that's fine, just sub what you have-- cooked beans, spiralized carrots, cooked sweet potato cubes, etc. A healthy and easy dinner to feed a bunch of (or maybe just two) hungry people.