Author Archives: Katryn

Pasta Alla Norcina

Pasta Alla Norcina

The are a number of Italian dishes that most Americans are familiar with…spaghetti carbonara, lasagna and fettuccine alfredo, to name a few. And then there are other more obscure authentic Italian pasta dishes that are so delicious that you wonder why they aren’t more popular here in the States. Pasta alla Norcina is definitely oneContinue Reading

Herb Crusted Salmon

Herb Crusted Salmon

Salmon is one of the simplest but most tricky things to make because there are so many things that can go just slightly wrong. The most common issue for me is either overbaking or underbaking the fish…and that the difference between these two extremes can be a matter of minutes. Before making this recipe IContinue Reading

Apple Pie Martini

Apple Pie Martini

For the past couple weeks, Nathan and I have been trying to think of a pie that we want to post on Rampant Cuisine before Thanksgiving. We couldn’t think of one that we really wanted to try and so the pie idea gradually and naturally morphed into a pie drink idea (are you surprised!?). IContinue Reading

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon

Beef Bourguignon is one of those recipes that is notorious for the amount of time it takes to prepare and the complexity of the process. It’s been on Nathan and I’s blog post to do list for awhile but it was intimidating us and kept sliding down to the bottom of the list. Then, aContinue Reading

Sloppy Joe

Sloppy Joe

Yes, Sloppy Joe’s…the oft maligned cafeteria and campground food. Essentially, Sloppy Joe’s are known for being cheap, quick, and composed mostly of processed foods. They’re not necessarily known for being tasty. However, we’re here to tell you that Sloppy Joe’s can be delicious and made from foods you can pronounce, while still retaining the trademarkContinue Reading