Gnocchi, pronounced [NYOH-kee, NOH-kee] is a small dumpling made from potatoes, flour and eggs. The name translates literally to "a stupid person" but the reason for the reference is unclear. Gnocchi, an Italian specialty, is served with a variety of sauces including a simple butter and parmesan, pesto, gorgonzola cream or a light marinara Read more about Gnocchi including recipes, history and ...
Leeks are onions’ milder cousins and when they cook down they become sweet and creamy. Red onions add their unique flavor making this quite a luscious pasta sauce.
This recipe uses Monterey Pasta Spinach and Cheese Ravioli served with a quick homemade Gorgonzola cream sauce.
This creative take on Mac n Cheese uses Israeli couscous, truffle butter and truffle oil, cream, fontina and mascarpone cheese. This recipe was provided courtesy of Eli Kirshtein of SOLO NYC.