Loaded Veggie Minestrone Soup

I’m wrapping up soup week with this hearty minestrone filled with SO many veggies – tomatoes, green beans, carrots, celery, onion, cannellini beans, kale and zucchini. Phew, that was a long list, but that’s what makes this soup so darn good. The texture is out of this world. And of course, the pasta and parmesan […]

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Nonna’s Homemade Chicken Soup

Chicken pastina soup was the meal my mom would make when it started to get cold or whenever someone in the family was sick. While it didn’t cure the common cold, it was one of my favorite meals to eat on a chilly night. It’s a meal that my entire family looked forward to and […]

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Avgolemono Soup (Egg & Lemon Soup)

Avgolemono. The first soup I ever fell in love with. I’m not sure if it was the richness of the egg, or the tang from the lemon, or the fact that everyone around me encouraged me to dunk crusty bread in it – but I knew right then and there it would be a dish […]

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Arugula Salad with Burrata and Pomegranate-Balsamic Glaze

In an effort to spend more time with my nonna and help take some load off of her Christmas Eve prep, I suggested some of the girls of the family get together to help her make her homemade gnocchi. So we did, and it was so fun, but the lady is nuts. Even though we […]

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Southern Chicken Casserole

Chicken casserole is a staple in most families, including my husband’s. Of course, most Greeks and Italians don’t make casseroles, let alone put crackers in any of their dishes, so it took me a while to try one. I still remember when my sweet friend from Tennessee introduced me to her town’s recipe.┬áIt was so […]

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