Christine Fiorentino is a writer, home chef, and culinary creative based in Montclair, New Jersey. After making the bold decision to leave a decade-long teaching career and pursue her passion for cooking and food media full-time, Christine began her second life as a 32-year-old pregnant intern on a mission to become a positive and inspiring force in the food world. In a few action-packed years, she has created Three Birds One Stove, a platform for home cooks, has been featured on Food Network’s The Julia Child Challenge, The Dr. Oz Show, and Martha Stewart Living, and creates for outlets such as Better Homes & Gardens, Eating Well, Southern Living, Apartment Therapy Media, Allrecipes, Simply Recipes, and more. She is also a certified reiki therapist and incorporates holistic practices and healing energy in her approach to cooking. Christine is energized by connecting with others through food and inspiring cooks of all levels to feel excited and confident about being in the kitchen. Cooking is Christine’s love language, as she believes food is love and art, and brings us together and transports us in a way nothing else in the world can.
You just can’t go wrong with a lovely pasta dish like this Bucatini with Shrimp and Capers. Bucatini, with its tubelike center, absorbs all the delicious flavors of a light and chunky tomato sauce made with sweet Roma and San Marzano tomatoes, tangy capers, aromatic white wine, earthy fresh herbs, and plump and tender shrimp. Serve this dish with a generous sprinkle of grated Parmigiano Reggiano and a loaf of freshly baked Italian bread for soaking up this rich and flavorful sauce after it has simmered low and slow on the stove. I hope this recipe brings as much love and joy to your kitchen as it has for my family.View This Recipe