Weekly Favorites 08/19/18 to 08/25/18

Weekly FavoritesWell I’m late again, no surprise there at this point! This post is this week’s Weekly Favorites post, just a week late. At this point, you’re probably thinking, “Does this guy write anything besides the weekly favorites?” In fact I do, and I’m working on a few new posts!

Vermicelli di Positano – via The Pasta Project

Pasta, my old friend! I’ve made a few pasta dishes like this and on a rainy or cold day, they can really hit the spot! There is just something about marinated tomatoes and veggies that is so good!

All you have to do to make this #vermicelli di Positano is marinate the tomatoes, herbs & other veg. Then cook the pasta, mix & eat!! Easy, delicious & nutritious! Recipe > https://t.co/ZaJtlDdurw #lovepasta #PastaGarofalo #vegetarian #vegan #pastarecipe #italianfood #foodblogger pic.twitter.com/hjsmEwH72J

— Jacqui DeBono (@jacquidebono) August 20, 2018

Pesto – via Pesto Champion

I love pesto. I also love history. This very brief history of pesto caught my attention and I had to shared. Now I have a question. Pine nuts or no pine nuts in your pesto?

— Pesto Champion (@PestoChampion) August 20, 2018

Maseladar Chana dal Tadka or Spiced Yellow Split Peas with Ghee – via Cooking with Anadi

My wife and I cook fair amount of curry, usually chicken or shrimp. Our kids, surprisingly, love rice. I like to see variations on curry, and I’ve never really done one with a yellow curry. This one looks like one I am going to have to try out!

When you have a great Indian curry you need a delicious bread to truly have a complete meal! Learn how to make one of my recent favourites, laccha paratha to be your next accompaniment!

RECIPE >> https://t.co/eHWuZRH65k#RecipeOfTheDay #recipeblog #Cooking #foodblogger #foodie pic.twitter.com/0PZNZWYyJM

— Anadi Misra (@_anadizzle) August 20, 2018

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