The ONLY Pasta Recipe You Need This Fall & Winter

Chefs Felipe Donnelly and Carolina Santos-Neves of Còmodo restaurant in New York's Soho neighborhood came up with this Bolognese sauce after one of their prep cooks made family meal using leftover chile rellenos that were chopped up and added to pasta.

Since then, the dish has been featured on the menu every night—and it's one of their most popular. You might be smitten with the rich, peppery sauce, too.

Get the recipe right here.

Broccoli & Cheese Stuffed Chicken


This Broccoli & Cheese Stuffed Chicken from is healthy, low carb, gluten-free, ready in a couple of minutes and full of flavor.

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DIY - Anthropologie Aliso Lamp


In a few steps turn an old and boring lamp into an eye catcher in the room!

You will need:

1 Lamp Base
1 Lamp Shade
1 Lightbulb
1 can, Multicolor Textured Spray Paint
1 bottle, white acrylic paint
1 paint brush, 2″
2 plastic bags – fruit and veggie bags from the grocery store work great
painters tape
fine grade sandpaper

Go to for full tutorial



Diy Unique Christmas Stars


Create a cool and different Christmas star decorations this year, with these creative ideas from


Make a unique table light by gluing incandescent bulbs together in a star formation. Click  here...  for instructions


Diy Matchstick Star. Click here... for tutorial


Diy Cardboard Star. Click here... for tutorial


Diy Metal Bracket Star. Click here... for tutorial


Water Cooler Cup Star. Refreshingly easy to make. Click here... for instructions


Nailed Metal Star. Click here... for instructions

DIY - Swedish Paper Star


If you want to create something beautiful for the Christmas holiday then you should definitely make this Swedish paper star from Sweet Paul.

You will need:
star templates
hobby knife
transfer paper
paper glue
ribbon or string

Head over to Sweet Paul for instructions and free template!

DIY - Christmas Tree Reindeer


Make these adorable tree reindeer using logs and small branches cut from the bottom of your Christmas tree!

Get full tutorial at Martha Stewart


We love them. So cute and really easy to make! 


DIY - Elf Wine Bottle Covers


Before you bring a bare bottle of wine to your next holiday soiree, dress it up like an elf!

You will need:

Fabric glue
Faux fur
Small pom pom or wooden bead
Wine bottle


First cut felt into an 8x10 inch rectangle, and then fold into a conical shape. Fasten the folds tightly with a dab of fabric glue along the bottom. Next, cut faux fur into a triangle shape approximately four inches long by two inches wide, then attach along the inside edge of the felt cone. Add a pom pom along the edge of the felt cone, and then slip onto the wine.

Source: hgtv