Look at that beautiful pasta! Oh my gosh does today’s guest blogger know me so well! The way to my heart is always through carbs and cheese. Maybe throw a glass of wine in and you got me! In fact, for one Valentine’s Day, Mike had some bruschetta waiting for me when I arrived. He had it on real plates with candles lit and music playing. I was so excited and impressed thinking he made it himself just for me. Plus, it was cheese, bread, and tomatoes. My heart skipped a beat! Until I found out later that he ordered it from a local restaurant and tried to pass it off as his own.
I guess it’s the thought that counts right?
Anyway, today’s blogger Maggie from A Bitchin’ Kitchen shares my love of carbs, cheese, breakfast foods, and cheap wines. She also has an amazing knack for making people laugh. I love her blog and am so happy we became email buddies outside of the blogs. I highly recommend you read hers and make this recipe.
Hi everyone! I’m Maggie from A Bitchin’ Kitchen, and I am so excited to be guest posting on Sarcastic Cooking while Stefanie spends time with her sweet new addition. As a huge pug fan, I didn’t think Stefanie’s blog could get any cuter…but then she went and had an incredibly adorable baby.
I’ll be honest – when Stefanie asked me to contribute, I immediately began racking my brain thinking about what recipe I wanted to share. While I don’t have any babies of my own yet, I hear they require a lot of time, so I wanted to make something that could be whipped up in fewer than 30 minutes. I also wanted to make something Stefanie would actually enjoy, so I creepily stalked her recipe archives and determined that she and I may share a love for roasted red peppers.
This pasta recipe is perfect for new moms – or anyone with limited time. It’s fast, healthy, and except for the feta, uses ingredients you probably already have on hand in your pantry and fridge. The next time I make this I’m going to fancy it up with some roasted shrimp or grilled chicken, but it’s awesome sans meat as well. This is such a nice change from a typical marinara or cream sauce, and I hope you love it as much as I did!