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Fettuccine in Cream, Tomato & Basil Sauce

Fettuccine in Cream, Tomato & Basil Sauce

Fettuccine in Cream, Tomato & Basil Sauce - A Family Feast

This Fettuccine in Cream, Tomato & Basil Sauce is a delicious and easy recipe that I’ve had in my recipe box for years! It’s similar to a Fettuccine Alfredo in some ways – but with a lighter, fresher flavor thanks to diced fresh tomatoes, fresh basil and parsley added to the delicious cream sauce! What …Continue

Caponata

Caponata

Caponata - A Family Feast

On those days when you’re looking to eat a little lighter – but you still want to enjoy some bold and fantastic flavors – then Caponata is the perfect option! Caponata is a traditional Sicilian dish made from cooked eggplant, celery, green olives, onions and capers – and more modern-day recipes also include diced tomatoes …Continue

Quick Skillet Chicken with Grapes

Quick Skillet Chicken with Grapes

Quick Skillet Chicken with Grapes - A Family Feast

We’re sharing this Quick Skillet Chicken with Grapes recipe made from Walmart Produce as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars. Something really magical happens to fresh grapes when you pan-roast them! The flavor gets sweet and intense – and the warm fruit just melts in your mouth. And loving roasted grapes as much as …Continue

Nautical Mary

Nautical Mary

Nautical Mary - A delicious coastal twist on a classic Bloody Mary cocktail!

Over Labor Day weekend – after making our family’s recipe for homemade tomato juice – we got together with some neighborhood friends for a barbecue and kid’s sleepover. Jack decided to make a cocktail – this Nautical Mary – using our fresh homemade tomato juice, clam juice and vodka along with some other ingredients for …Continue

Homemade Tomato Juice

Homemade Tomato Juice

Homemade Tomato Juice - A Family Feast

With a garden still full of ripe tomatoes, we’ve been experimenting with an old family recipe for Homemade Tomato Juice that comes from my husband Jack’s side of the family! The original recipe was from Jack’s grandmother, and it was hand written in a mix of English and Italian! (Unfortunately – it was also faded …Continue

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