A cheap cut of beef turned tender in a creamy, peppery sauce with mushrooms on buttered noodles. It’s divine!
I had no idea what beef stroganoff was for most of my life. I had an image of a chipped beef-mayo-tuna-noodle casserole type of thing in my mind. Don’t ask where that came from; probably from some old 1950’s cookbooks I found at a friend’s grandmother’s house when I was little.Traumatized me; who really decided to eat celery and Jell-O mixed with mayo?! And what was the obsession with mayo about?!
I digress. Moving forward.
Alfredo was the first recipe I learned in culinary school. No wait, second. First was fresh pasta, which then went into the alfredo.
Either way, I suppose it was Chef Paris’ way of trying to impress us with fresh pasta. But while the egg-based pasta was rich and melt-in-your-mouth delicious, I was more into the alfredo. Especially since I never had it from scratch. My mom would pop the can open and toss in a little lemon juice and I never had it any other way until my first day in school.
I brought my most viewed recipe so far over from my lifestyle blog, Britt Lives Life. Enjoy!
I’ve been trying to create a creamy, easy mac and cheese recipe for forever. I wanted something Kraft texture, without the risk of illness. Without powdered cheese or cheese sauce concentrate.
Whatever that is.
Hello, welcome to my new food blog, Sweet Tea and Thyme! I decided to separate my passion for food from my lifestyle blog, Britt Lives Life, and have created this blog to be completely dedicated to food posts and recipes, including bringing the posts from Britt Lives Life over here.
First up, Carbonara.