Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding

Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding

This dessert is simple to make and delicious to eat. What’s not to like? Nilla wafers, bananas, pudding, whipped cream. It’s an American classic! Print Nilla Wafer Banana Pudding Author: A Day in the Bite Recipe type: Pudding Cuisine: Dessert Prep time:  15 mins Cook time:  10 mins Total time:  25 mins Serves: 8-12   This dessert is simple… 

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Puttanesca Sauce

Hand cut Tacconi with homemade Puttanesca Sauce

If “alla puttanesca” literally means “of the whore” in Italian, well then this puttanesca has nothing to be ashamed of! We made a homemade puttanesca sauce at the amazing Saltbox Farm, and served it on top of a bed of hand rolled Tacconi pasta. The puttanesca is a tangy, somewhat salty, delicious Italian pasta dish. Enjoy!… 

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Baklava

Baklava

It’s the 100th blog post, so I’m posting a personal favorite, Baklava. I’m half Greek, so I’ve sunk my teeth into many a Baklavas. The best baklava uses fresh Phyllo dough. At Saltbox Farm, we prepared some incredible baklava, all from scratch. Enjoy the pictures and recipe below, and I appreciate you checking out A… 

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Linguine with Fresh Clam Sauce

Homemade Pasta with Fresh Clam Sauce, topped with Fish roe

Not all clam sauces are created equally. On almost every menu in Italy you will find pasta with clam sauce.  A true clam sauce uses fresh clams. This clam sauce recipe courtesy of Saltbox Farm is fresh, delicious, and less salty than the clam sauces you buy in a can. Pair your clam sauce with… 

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