The Olive Garden restaurant chain pushes forward with its Italian-American cuisine by offering up a new dish this month, their Four Cheese Pastachettis. For $9.95, customers wil be treated to parmesan crusted lasagna squares filled with mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan and romano cheese, served with grilled chicken breasts and spinach in a garlic cream sauce. Per usual, the dish is accompanied by their famous unlimited Salad and Breadsticks.
Very few readily available flavors come out as poignant as fried garlic. Keeping this in mind, our friend Gaby has taken to the kitchen with 6 large eggs, nutmeg, fresh spinach, Goat Cheese, Garlic and Olive oil and come out with a dish ready to take your Sunday morning family breakfasts to another level. Best part about it, it looks like you can get these Fried Garlic, Spinach and Goat Cheese Quiches out the oven door in under 30 minutes! Eat that Rachel Ray. (Recipe @ WhatsGabyCooking)
Katie is a USC student with an affinity for cooking with cheeses. In fact, she’s branded herself as The Cheese Pusher. She mentioned that her fridge is consistently stocked with a minimum of 7 kinds of cheeses. With this in mind, she’s getting ready for Super Bowl weekend with a recipe for Spinach Artichoke Nachos that literally cuts out the dipping-middleman normally associated with flavors of this nature. She utilizes a rich combination of cream cheese, parmesan and mozzarella as the base for fresh spinach, tangy artichoke and buttery garlic. I’d love to take a dip in these nachos…hell…I’d do a couple laps in ’em.
The Tailgater burger comes complete with two hamburger patties, a turkey burger, a brat, an Italian sausage, a hot dog, a turkey dog, three pieces of cheese, bacon, spinach, artichoke dip and a fried egg. Best served warm, with a beer, best served cold. I’m. So. Hungry. For. This. (PicThx DudeFood)
This is the world famous “Sage Fried Chicken Benedict” from Nevada restaurant “Hash House a go go”. You can’t really tell what’s in this dish, so let me give you a run down. Andy’s Sage fried chicken, fresh spinach, hardwood smoked bacon, market tomato, griddled mozzarella, scrambled eggs, all smothered in chipotle cream… O yeah, and a wedge of watermelon! This is a definite “Sin City” plate! (Thx HHAGG)
With summer pouring over Spring with every passing day, it’s time to start searching some fun outdoor grilling recipes. Here we take a look at a portabello mushroom filled with a spinach/Boursin cheese mixture and grilled over indirect heat for 20 minutes. I’m so, very, down. If you’re down to, here’s the entire recipe!
Seems like I only run into Sbarros restaurants when I’m out hotel hopping in Las Vegas, there always seems to be a Sbarros inside every food court. Can’t go wrong with the stuffed spinach and broccoli they got going on. (Thx WatchMeEat)