Since I was out of town on Sunday I didn’t get a chance to post my weekly ‘very PINteresting‘. I’m finding that most everyone appreciates a group of similar recipes. Also, based on some wonderful emails, I’m reading that the creators of these recipes are also appreciating the visits from my Pinterest followers.

 

So, if you you have idea for next week’s ‘very PINteresting’, please leave a comment below. It doesn’t’ have to be food related either. I’m hoping to mix it up with something you can’t eat next week.

 

 

This week I rounded up sixteen delicious pasta recipes. Let me tell you, if I could eat pasta every day for the rest of my life I could I die a happy man. I just love the stuff! I’m a certified pasta junkie. If there is such a thing.

 

You’ll also notice that several of these are from The Pioneer Woman. Ree makes THE best pastas! Her red pepper cream sauce is off the charts amazing. It’s one of my favorites for sure.

 

Hope you enjoy this collection as much as I do!

 

Pasta Alla Vodka via The Pioneer Woman

 

 

 

Firebird Chicken Pasta via Tastebook

 

 

 

Spinach Lasagna Rolls via Skinny Taste

 

 

 

Mexican Stuffed Shells via The Way to His Heart

 

Avocado Basil Pasta with Bacon via Recipe.com

 

Pasta with Tomato Cream Sauce via The Pioneer Woman

Spaghetti with garlic, oil and chili pepper flakes via yumsugar





Tuscan Garlic Chicken Pasta via Mel’s Kitchen Cafe

 

BLT Pasta via Let’s Dish

 

 

 

Penne alla Cesare (Caesar Salad Pasta) via iVillage

 

 

 

Grilled Chicken Rigatoni Florentine via Patio Daddio BBQ

 

 

 

Sweet Potato Gnocchi via 33 Shades of Green 

 

 

 

Tagliatelle All’amatriciana via iVillage

 

 

 

Steak, Asparagus and Chimichurri Pasta via Bitchin’ Camero 

 

 

 

Tastes Like Lasagna Soup via The Deen Brothers

 

 

 

Pasta with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce via The Pioneer Woman

 

 

 

Shrimp and Penne Pasta a’la Betsy via The Pioneer Woman

 

 

 

Creamy Caprese Pasta via How Sweet It Is

 

 

 

Winter Pasta via 101 Cookbooks

 

 

So tell me, which one of these looks and sounds most delicious to you? Have you tried any of these recipes? Have a favorite pasta recipes on your blog? Leave the link in the comments, I’d love to check it out!

Certified Pasta Junkie,

 

 

 

Be sure to let me know in the comments below what

Very PINteresting round-up you’d like to see next week!

 

 

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  • slip4 at

    I have made PW’s Penne a la Betsy and it’s wonderful! Thanks for sharing some more pasta recipes. They all look delectable.

  • Amy at

    How about pinteresting….spring cleaning tips or best front porches. I’m in a spring mood and both speak to that. :)

  • Shari @ turnstylevogue.com at

    Perfect timing. I’m making a family favorite tonight: lobster and scallop pasta with cream sauce. Your post made me so hungry that I need to find a distraction so I don’t make it for my lunch instead!

  • Donna @ Snowbound at

    I made the pasta a’la Betsy as well and loved it! Thanks for sharing a found a few that I’d like to try.

  • Erin at

    The sweet potato gnocchi is the BEST! Made it a few months ago and the husband loved it – winner!

  • {northern cottage} at

    they alll look soooo good!! mmmm those mexican stuffed shells are making my mouth water…seriously.

    I think my favorite go to recipe around here is for my s’more croissants – the kids LOVE them (& I’m kinda smitten with then too – which isn’t necessarily a good thing!) thanks for sharing all these drool worthy recipes!

    http://www.northerncottage.net/2011/07/smore-croissants.html

  • Anonymous at

    OMG Love all of them! As for next week, what about something with all the great household/cooking tips like putting cooked chicken breasts in a mixer to shred them or all the random ones on Pinterest!
    BTW, I found you because of TLC…and love it! Hopefully one of these days I will be in your neck of the woods and can stay in the cover room! All the best from Texas!

  • Anonymous at

    I’m right there with you on being a Pasta Freak! I can’t wait to try some of these–thanks for the list.

    For upcoming pinteresting posts–I agree with the other commenter about something spring-related: Spring decorating, light recipes, salads, gardens, planting, travel destinations, spring color quilts…

    Whatever it winds up being, I’m sure we’ll love it!

  • Taylor at

    Love this roundup!! Can’t wait to see your next Pinteresting post!

  • Jen at

    These all sound so delicious! I love pasta, but the hubby does not. I’ll have to save these recipes for he days he is out of town traveling! =)

  • Brandi at

    For next weeks round up, how about some pins that show (and identify) some awesome paint colors in rooms? You seem to really have a knack for that, but I really struggle. Took me 3-4 cans of paint on both of my kids rooms to get the right shades. I have yet to tackle the main living areas because I get so discouraged trying to find the right color!

    No idea if that is even something that would work for this, but just an idea :)

    Thanks!

  • Maureen Cracknell Handmade at

    I can only eat rice noodles since I am gluten free and I am loving Pad Thai noodles rights now — YUM!!

  • Susan and Mark at

    Pasta IS the food of the gods :) Our fave lately is a lobster ravioli with a topping of diced tomatoes, spinach, garlic, and just a bit of butter-sauteed until the spinach is just wilted and the tomatoes warm.

    And if carbs are an issue, Dreamfields is a company that makes very low carb pasta that actually tastes good!

    Artwork on pinterest is always of interest to me.
    Modern quilts, too-something that can go in a sophisticated space.

  • GinaE at

    I’m new to your blog and recently subscribed. A great group of pasta recipes. In fact your whole recipe section of this blog is just so great. Many thanks for sharing such great ideas!
    Hugs,
    GinaE

  • Elisabeth @ joggerslife.com at

    OMgosh…this is the WORST thing you could’ve posted today! I’m VERY pregnant, and VERY addicted to pasta! I’m going to the grocery store right now to pick up the missing ingredients I need for the Mexican Stuffed Shells.

    And tomorrow I’ll make the Spinach Rolls.

    And this weekend, I’ll make the Rigatoni Florentine…

    =)

    Yum!

  • Cherys at

    Do you have a recipe for Pasta Giovanni? This restaraunt we frequent makes a delicious one but won’t give up the recipe. We have found recipes online but none have the creamy red sauce this one has…

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  • alissa {33shadesofgreen} at

    Hi Michael – Thanks so much for including my gnocchi in your post! Everything else you pinned also looks amazing – pasta is definitely my weakness! Have a wonderful week.
    Alissa

  • Eileen at

    well, this I suppose isn’t pinable, YET, I guess I will have to make some this week and take pictures, I happen to have everything on hand, we would LOVE to see one of our recipes up here!

    http://www.fournormalchicks.com/eileens-blog/my-lasagna/

    I will probably come back Thursday and let you know you can pin it, I also have everything (Pictures) I need to post my Chicken Ziti Broccoli recipe, except a computer that can handle my everything at once (hopefully something else that can be rectified this week.

    I am ready to run to the 24 hour CVS or 7-11 to buy heavy cream for the Vodka penne! No, seriously it’s 1 am, and I worked 10 hours, and I REALLY want that!

  • Eileen at

    ooh, and Desiree (my cousin and blog partner are thinking about attending BlogHer this year, insights would be super!

  • rachael at

    Yum, yum, yum! These all look amazing! Thank you for the roundup :)

  • Lisa Montalva aka The Gourmet Mom at

    Hello…I am going to make this tonight for my Bunco girls!
    Grilled Chicken Rigatoni Florentine via Patio Daddio BBQ
    Looks delicious! thank you, Lisa Montalva aka The Gourmet Mom

  • Anonymous at

    How about peanut butter bars for dessert? I am
    looking for one no bake with powdered sugar and
    peanut butter as the base and chocalate melted on top. Great pasta dishes I’d love to see you
    dance in the kitchen. Great site. kathy

  • Anonymous at

    I’ve made the Stuffed Mexican Shells, my only suggestion is to double the recipe!!! Will be trying the Grilled Chicken Rigatoni Florentine. Keep up the good work, love ya! Oh, we are remodeling and are creating a large open concept kitchen, dining and living area. Would love a study on neutrals for the wall color.
    Melissa in NC

  • Anonymous at

    Everything looks delightfully good. I am planning on making the Lasagna Soup very soon.

  • Anonymous at

    Do you ever make any of the recipes that you post here or on Pinterest?

  • Kara Earhart at

    First of all, this post is amazing! My husband and I LOVE LOVE LOVE pasta! Can’t wait to try a bunch of these :)

    Second, I think a great theme would be buttons!! I love buttons, and there are tons of posts on pinterest of things to do with buttons. I also have a blog with a button post. Anyway, tons of ways to use grandma’s old buttons and new ones too, of course!

    If you are interested, check out my button post for button bobby pins

    http://midwesternwife.blogspot.com/2012/05/button-bobby-pins.html

    I’ve also seen all kinds of decorating, lampshades, cards, etc with buttons :) You’re awesome!

  • Sherry at

    That winter pasta dish looks delish!! As do most of the other ones. Enjoyed your page.

  • Anonymous at

    All the pasta recipies look wonderful. My biyfriend loves spicy food, so I would really like to try the Firebird Chicken Pasta. Would you happen to know the ratio for the ingredients in the Chili Rub?

  • Patricia Moller at

    I like all of these pasta entrees you have shared. My favorite is the simple garlic with pepper flakes pasta that is best with either shrimp or chicken. Here are my favorite fried chicken recipes for Pinterest.

  • Damian Bathory at

    Okay, you just made my mouth water so much, I had to clean wipe the desk clean. I swear, if I didn’t know any better, I’d guess you worked at the great caterer in sydney we always hire for our parties.

  • Phyllis Sherwin at

    I have a question. Is there another way to get the Mexican Stuffed Shells recipe? I can’t open it. All I get are symbols. Other recipes on this site open but not that one. Help.
    Thank you. It looks delicious in the picture.

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