Hello Greek Lasagna. This diner classic can rival its Italian cousin as long as you keep it light and flavorful.
We love the traditional antipasto platter served at Italian restaurants, chock-full of cured meats, cheese, and pickled vegetables. It's a full-flavored and satisfying dish-and something that we thought would translate well to a hearty pasta salad.
The fried potato wedges from our local fast-food joint are worth the trip-their spicy, light, and crunchy coating contrasts perfectly with their fluffy interior. We wondered if we could find a way to make these fast-food-style potato wedges at home.
As a slow-simmering pasta sauce, Bolognese would seem ideally suited to the slow cooker. You can make a big batch of this hearty sauce in your slow-cooker—if you know one simple trick.