Category Pasta

Lasagna Day, You Say?

There’s nothing better than a tasty pasta dish. And what pasta dish is more beloved than a good lasagna? Whether you do this dish with meat or without, it’s sure to take up some space in your memory when you think about favorites. Let’s dive a bit into the history of lasagna to commemorate this excellent dinner.
Imagine an ancient book from the Middle Ages known as the Liber de Coquina. The rough translation is “the Book of Cookery.” It was in this cookbook that you’ll find the first lasagna recipe (or lasagne). This recipe dates back to the 14th century, which means our dish we’re discussing today has been around for a truly long time. More specifically, people attribute the recipe to the city of Naples...

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Everything You See I Owe to Spaghetti: Delicious and Easy to Make Spaghetti Recipes


One of the best comfort foods, spaghetti is probably one of the first dishes you learned to cook. Actress Sophia Loren was known as an Italian bombshell in her day, and today’s quote is attributed to Ms. Loren: “everything you see I owe to spaghetti.” In Kathey Jo’s Kitchen, it’s a reliable dish that doesn’t need extras. No celebrity chef could ever dress this dish up to change my mind. All you need is noodles, your favorite sauce, Parmesan cheese, and meatballs. Do you know what changed it for me? A pasta maker. All you need is flour and water. Pasta is even more of a staple in Kathey Jo’s Kitchen now! What’s the secret ingredient in your spaghetti? Share it below.

One Pot Spaghetti


  • 1 lb. lean ground beef
  • 1 sweet onion, diced
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 2 3/4 c. water
  • 15 oz...
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