Negronis are classic Italian aperitifs. Drank before a meal, aperitifs are intended to stimulate your appetite and get you ready for dinner. When we visited Italy I never really got into negronis, mostly because when I could never drag myself away from the amazing wine selection. It didn’t help that Campari, the key ingredient in… Read More Negronis, eight ways
Shrimp scampi = shrimp, olive oil, garlic, butter. What more can you ask for? This post contains affiliate links. If you have any questions about this, just click here! All images copyright Teaspoon of Nose.
These mozzarella-stuffed meatballs are nice enough to impress but shockingly easy to put together, either on the stove or in a slow cooker! This post contains affiliate links. If you have any questions about this, just click here! All images copyright Teaspoon of Nose.
Do you want really good pizza? As in classic Napoli-style cheesy goodness? When Logan and I made our final list of the last few Triangle Bucket List places to visit one more time before we move, IP3 hit the top of his list. Yes, it’s name is Italian Pizzeria 3. I have no idea where… Read More Italian Pizzeria 3
When my little brother visits, the family always eat at one of two places. Bull City Burger & Brewery, because you can’t beat its namesakes. Top 2 burgers in Durham (tied for me with Burger Bach), and one of my favorite breweries in a city full of amazing local beer. So Ben ALWAYS makes it over… Read More On Fire at Pompieri Pizza
This is my ALL TIME favorite spaghetti recipe! Side note: I was definitely going to name this post “mom’s spaghetti,” but then I realized that since I was middle school in the early 2000’s and that phrase will always be associated with Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.” So I refrained. Anyway, today I’m sharing my mom’s homemade spaghetti… Read More Homemade spaghetti sauce