A quick and easy weeknight dinner, this pasta dish pairs some of our favorite flavors: the spicy goodness of bratwurst, hop bitterness and sweetness of amber ale and the rich and creamy decadence of Parmesan cheese. Peas lend a hint of color and also subtle crunch.
This recipe is easy to make ahead. Prep the pork and store in the refrigerator overnight. Bake the next day, boil the noodles and enjoy a one-plate dinner infused with lemon, herb and garlic flavors.
We took the classic flavor of a Philadelphia cheese steak sandwich and paired it with our tender, juicy chicken for a homemade pizza your family will love! If you're feeling ambitious, trying making your own dough, and serve piping-hot pizza with ice cold beer or soda.
This summer dinner idea makes use of fresh basil and vegetables you may have growing in your garden. A homemade pesto, which flavors the vegetable and couscous mix, can also be drizzled atop grilled chicken and salad immediately before serving.
This homemade rigatoni recipe is comfort food at its very best! A quick and easy dinner idea, this dish combines grass-fed ground beef with Swiss chard, ricotta cheese and classic tomato and basil pasta sauce.
Imagine the fabulous flavor of pizza paired with the taste of a classic chicken nugget! This recipe does just that. Parmesan cheese and garlic seasoning add just the right Italian flavoring to nuggets, that warmed, can be served with your favorite tomato sauce.
This beef bolognese recipe is the best ever! We start with the best beef for bolognese, grass-fed ground beef, and add to that traditional bolognese ingredients, including fresh basil, crushed tomatoes, carrots, garlic and cheese. Serve this sauce over a rigid pasta, like penne or rigatoni.
We think this might just be the best of all recipes using gnocchi! Eggplant, tomatoes and garlic come together in a chunky sauce that’s served atop steamed, sautéed gnocchi and Niman Ranch’s famous Italian sausage. Fresh basil garnish and a sprinkle of Parmesan make this dish a feast for the eyes and the soul!
Filet tips are cut from the ends of the tenderloin, so they offer all the tenderness and flavor of filet mignon but without the hefty price tag. This simple and quick preparation will please both meat lovers and pasta afficionados. If you’ve got a supply of basil in your garden, make your own pesto, but if not, prepared pesto from the grocery store is a fine alternative.
Rich, creamy and satisfying, this Italian main course makes the most of premium ground pork and beef. A cheesy polenta, which stands in place of pasta, lends a unique twist.
The ooey, gooey goodness of a classic chicken parm sandwich in a bite size that's perfect for parties! Use your favorite buns and marinara sauce to build these sliders, then pop in the oven and let cheese melt before serving.