March may not have brought us spring-like weather (we're so over the snow on the East coast!), but as always, it did bring us many *delicious* recipes.
With "Pi Day" came two mouthwatering pie recipes from chef Ronnie Woo (savory and sweet!), and Rach served up everything from potato waffles with BACON AND EGGS to a pasta dish fit for spring (wishful thinking -- right, Rach?).
Without further ado, here's what YOU were cooking during the month of March:
There's a little secret behind these crunchy bad boys: TWO types of breadcrumbs!
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Oven-Fried Asparagus
Chef Ronnie Woo really knows the way to our heart with this perfect marriage of cheeseburgers and pie!
GET THE RECIPE: Ronnie Woo's Bacon Cheeseburger Slab Pie
The sweet-tart sauce made with orange marmalade gives pork chops a fresh citrus-y spin.
These restaurant-quality vegeballs are actually surprisingly easy to make at home!
GET THE RECIPE: The Meatball Shop's Broccoli and Cheddar Vegeballs
Are you drooling? We're drooling.
GET THE RECIPE: Ronnie Woo's Cinnamon Roll Apple Cobbler Pie
"These savory waffles are forgiving and easy to commit to memory," Rach says. "And I just eyeball the ingredients."
Rach's professional opinion? Serve with tri-colore salad with fennel, red onion and balsamic dressing and charred ciabatta for mopping up sauce. Yum-o!
GET THE RECIPE: Rachael's Sicilian Sunday Braciole
Yes, this dish of many flavors is just as delicious as it looks.
The smoky mustard dressing takes this classic steak to Another. Level.
There is SO much to love here: meaty eggplant, sweet-tart burst tomatoes, bright, fresh mint, toasted pistachios … should we go on?