Giada De Laurentiis, the queen of Italian cuisine, has introduced yet another quick-and-easy meal — and it takes your favorite party tray and tosses its ingredients together into a bowl to make a tasty, Italian-style pasta salad. Related story Ina Garten & Giada De Laurentiis' Lemon Gnocchi Is a Cheesy, Buttery Dream of a Dish
When Ina Garten and Giada De Laurentiis join forces in the kitchen, you know the result will be a lip-smacking, mouth-watering masterpiece. On an episode of Barefoot Contessa, De Laurentiis showed Garten how to make her favorite gnocchi recipe — and it’s a cheesy, buttery dream of a dish. Oh, and did we mention it’s surprisingly
If you’ve been dreaming of escaping to Italy for a dreamy vacation, but it’s not exactly a realistic option, Giada De Laurentiis can at least help you eat like you’re summering in The Boot. Her recipes for everything from Italian Egg and Pasta Scramble for breakfast to No-Bake Tiramisu for dessert will make your taste
Look, we’ve all been there. Your friend is throwing a small get-together and you’re in charge of the appetizer. If you’re like me, then you wait until the last minute and end up having to scramble something together that looks decently presentable. Giada de Laurentiis has some amazing appetizers, some of our favorites include her
Chicken is affordable, versatile, and pretty much everyone in the family will eat it, so suffice to say we are always looking for exciting new chicken recipes to try. We’ve stir-fried and sauteed, baked and broiled, and then Giada De Laurentiis came along with an easy Italian chicken recipe that kind of blew our minds.
Look, we have all had those nights when we come home from work, sit down, and just do not feel at all up for cooking an extravagant meal. You wish that you could just toss a bunch of stuff together and call it a day. Well, with Giada De Laurentiis’ latest recipe you can. We
As we performed our daily sweep of Giada De Laurentiis‘ social media accounts, we were stopped in our tracks by her whole wheat linguine. Not because of its colorful pasta and vibrant green beans and cherry tomatoes, but because of the pasta hack De Laurentiis buried in the caption of the Instagram post. And now,
We’re in that spot between seasons where we’ve honestly grown a little tired of totally over-the-top comfort food, but it’s still too cold out to start noshing on our lighter spring favorites. We’re in a food funk, and who better to help guide us out of it than Giada De Laurentiis, creator of fresh-tasting but
ICYMI: around here, whenever Giada de Laurentiis drops a tip about pasta our ears (and notebooks) are wide open. Yep, the chef is a master when it comes to any and all things pasta so when there’s a new ingredient or recipe she says we have to try, well — we have to try it.
We’ll be honest, it can be hard to find veggie-filled meals that satisfy your palette at any time, but when you add in the slew of baked goods and pasta nights we’ve enjoyed during lockdown — a fresh, lighter, veggie-packed meal is so needed. One of our favorite healthy options is always loaded-up salad, and
Cacio e pepe is an already perfect four-ingredient Italian dish. Requiring just pasta (traditionally, tonnarelli is used), finely grated pecorino Romano, Parmigiano-Reggiano, and ground black pepper, it takes almost no time at all to make this deceptively simple packed with flavor. So, when Food Network host and chef Giada De Laurentiis put her own twist
Giada De Laurentiis’ recipes are our go-to when we want a delicious, flavorful Italian dish. She has so many vegetarian options and some amazing Valentine’s Day recipes if you still don’t know what to make for your loved ones. From her focaccia bread to her vegetarian pomodori al riso, De Laurentiis has a dish out
Finding a new way to cook a classic meal is a fun way to spice things up every once in a while. Giada De Laurentiis may have some amazing vegetarian recipes, but her meat skills are incredible. You’re probably used to cooking steak on a grill, but what about in a cast-iron skillet? It gives
Finding fun activities to do with the kids during holidays is not always easy, especially winter-friendly activities. Baking is always a great interactive activity for kids that will get them off the screens. Who doesn’t remember their memories of baking in the kitchen with their parents or grandparents? If you are looking for a recipe
In need of more mid-day snacks to add into your meal rotation? Look no further than Giada de Laurentiis’ Honey Ricotta Crostini. Ever since the famous chef’s new discovery+ show Bobby and Giada in Italy premiered, De Laurentiis has been dropping some seriously incredible Italian recipes inspired by her trip. From her Grape and Rosemary
Quick check: How’s your New Year’s resolution to eat healthier going? If you’re anything like us, it started out strong and then… well, we’ve slowly begun slacking. But sometimes, all you need is a quick new addition to your usual recipe rotation to get back on track. We love salads, as they’re easy to make
Now that the new year is here, we’re looking to revamp our recipes to feature more veggies, lean proteins, and healthy fats. But as with all resolutions, it’s best to take a healthy eating resolution slow, so you don’t risk burning out and turning back to your never-fail meals of microwaved mac and cheese and
What’s one of your New Year’s resolutions? Does it include experimenting more in the kitchen? If so, Giada De Laurentiis has just the spices and pantry staples you’ll want to pick up and cook with immediately, from lip-puckering, Italy-grown cherries and elevated, punched-up tomato sauce to anchovy filets and an umami spice kit you only
If you’re trying to add a little more nutrition to your meals in the new year, you’re not alone. But cooking in a new way and focusing on fresher ingredients and recipes can be a little overwhelming at first. That’s why we’re totally drooling over this Giada De Laurentiis Meal Prep Italian Chicken Salad Lettuce
After a season of cookie making, roast baking, and all-around decadence, we’re starting to crave the unthinkable: vegetables. In the new year we’re always ready to readjust our weekly menus to start incorporating more fresh produce again, but when it’s so cold out, it can be hard to find veggie-filled meals that still seem satisfying.