As we’re about to kiss February good-bye, we’re long past new year’s resolutions, am I right? So give me all the carbs. While I was paleo for years before getting pregnant, I’m closing in on two years of what I’m calling my pasta renaissance. It’s basically all I want to eat, all the time.

cacio e pepe recipe on apartment 34

Cacio e Pepe just might be the most comforting of all classic pasta recipes. Simple, timeless and so easy. I’ll never say no.

chorizo_bolognese_buffalo_mozzarella_pasta on apartment 34

If you’re feeling spicy, this Chorizo Bolognese looks mighty tasty.

4 CHEESE AND MUSHROOM ROLLED LASAGNA on Apartment 34

And if you want to get really fancy, this fresh take on lasagne – that’s rolled instead of stacked and filled with yummy mushrooms – looks rather fabulous.

ROASTED CAULIFLOWER LINGUINE WITH RICOTTA AND DILL on Apt34

Ok ok, I’ll eat some veggies with my noodles. Roasted cauliflower, dill and ricotta sounds fresh and a light.

Pumpkin Spaghetti on Apartment 34

And since we’re not quite into spring yet there’s still time to cram in some more pumpkin. The pumpkin sauce on this dish is seriously good (though I cut out the dairy and would actually add a bit of chili flake for a touch of heat).

I know carbs are the root of all nutritional evil, but if eating these dishes all week is wrong, I don’t wanna be right.

 

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  1. I’ve been on the carb train since 3 weeks in Italy last summer. It is the food that makes me the happiest….These look amazing!