I made my first Lasagna 27 years ago, in 1990 – when I first arrived here in Toronto. It was a big hit. My family and friends kept asking for seconds. Everyone loves a good lasagna, right?
Tiramisu means “cheer me up” or “make me smile” in Italian. I only make this dessert on special occasions, like Christmas or New Year’s. This is my husband’s favourite dessert and true to its meaning in Italian, it always puts a smile on his face!
In Italy, the Caprese salad is normally served as antipasto or “before the meal”. This colorful and easy recipe is a great choice when entertaining guests. What’s not to like? This salad is very simple to make and requires only 15 minutes to prepare.
What do chickens grow on? Eggplants!!! Seriously, I love eggplants. This recipe uses eggplants as a substitute for the noodles in the classic lasagna recipe. I guarantee you won’t miss the pasta noodles, thanks to the rich flavours of the other ingredients on this dish.