Tilapia with Prosciutto and Sage

The week before Christmas is usually scramble time in preparation for holiday baking and a big Christmas dinner. But it’s nice to have some weeknight recipes to knock out that don’t eat up your time. Tonight I’m serving up some tilapia with prosciutto and sage. Wrapping thin slices of prosciutto around tilapia not only keeps…

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Butternut Squash with Shallots and Sage

Nothing says holidays quite like the smell of butternut squash roasting with some fresh sage. It has become incredibly popular outside of Thanksgiving dinner, not only because it’s so versatile, but it makes a great carb replacement. Butternut squash’s natural sweetness pairs wonderfully with cinnamon, nutmeg, and maple syrup, but you don’t have to turn…

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Gnocchi alla Senese

Tuscany for the win. I was flipping through one of Rachael Ray’s magazines last week looking for some quick and easy dinner ideas, and came across Gnocchi alla Senese. Whatever that means. I like gnocchi so I read on. It sounded like a meat sauce with a whole bunch of herbs and flavors. But did…

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Lemon and Sage Chicken Cutlets

I’m always looking for new ways to amp up the weeknight dinner staple, chicken breasts. Have you tried fried sage before? It is seriously delicious and has recently become one of my new favorite flavors. Last night we indulged in some one-pot lemon and sage chicken cutlets with a white wine sauce. Lightly breaded chicken cutlets dipped…

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