Make Ricotta Stuffed Shells with Pumpkin Alfredo

Pumpkin Alfredo Shells recipe

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When the weather changes, all I want to do is hide under a blanket, turn on the tv, get out my fluffy slippers and eat all the carbs in the entire world!

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Mix Together a Colorful Mango Salsa

Mango Salsa recipe

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Mango salsa is one of those versatile condiments that brings almost any dish to life. Using it as a topping for tacos or quesadillas is a no brainer, but it’s also great served alongside a curry or in a meatloaf sandwich. Even something as simple as a pan-fried piece of chicken or fish can turn into a memorable party-worthy dish, garnished with some mango salsa.

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Make Grape and Sopressata Pasta for Dinner

Grape and Sopressata Pasta recipe

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I’m sure you got the message that fall has arrived. It is in full effect. Well, in stores and online but certainly not weather-wise in Los Angeles. The city thinks it’s still summer and is trying its hardest to push it in my face. I keep resisting by baking the hot days away, making it even hotter, which has resulted in near overheating—it’s been fun!

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Prepare a Hoisin Salmon Salad

Hoisin Salmon Salad recipe

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This vibrant salad literally comes together in minutes, but it has enough substance for a weekend brunch, or a light weeknight dinner. With a vibrant palette of green, purple and coral, this salad entices with looks, yet satisfies on taste.

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Chilaquiles: Is It Breakfast or a Snack?

Chilaquiles recipe

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The other night I had a bad craving for guacamole hit. This is how it went:

(This is usually how all cravings go for me, actually.)

  1. A craving for guacamole strikes!
  2. I get in the car, drive to the store to gather all of the necessary ingredients.
  3. Make guacamole and eat it with an gigantic smile on my face.

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Welcome Fall with Butternut Squash and Farro Salad

Butternut Squash and Farro Salad recipe

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Orange and brown Earth tones set off by a boatload of green flat-leaf parsley and purple onions make this filling autumn salad a visual mosaic that tastes as complex as it looks. With earthy, nutty, herbal, floral, fruity and citrusy notes, and a bevy of contrasting tastes, it will have people scratching their heads trying to guess what’s in the dressing.

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Make Queso Fundido with Squash and Zucchini

Queso Fundido recipe with Squash and Zucchini

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I’m not sure if you caught it this week, but A Chef’s Life premiered this past weekend. Being the big Vivian Howard fan I am, of course it was DVR’d. I was ready! This past week’s episode was all about squash. And while most of us are already planning what we want to cook for fall, it’s still technically summer.

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Prepare a Vibrant Passion Mango Preserve

Passion Mango Preserve recipe

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Perhaps it’s because I’m from a temperate climate, but I love tropical fruits. Whether it’s pineapple, star fruit, longan or mangosteen, they carry an irresistible exotic allure. My absolute favorite though is passion fruit. Cool name aside, these ugly ducklings may not look like much, but split one open and you’ll be greeted by a vibrant orange pulp and jet black seeds that make the fruit look like it came from another planet.

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