Tiramisu

Tiramisu is a popular espresso-flavored Italian dessert that fittingly translates to “pick-me-up.” Our chefs make a new batch of this delicious dessert every day, and we’re going to break it all down for you layer by layer with Chef Jay. We start our Tiramisu by blending our housemade espresso with a liqueur mixture of rum, […]

Pasta Shapes

Boiling pasta. It seems so simple, and it actually is, but there are secrets to making it perfect every time. A lot of you in our Facebook Chat expressed your longing for the perfect pot of pasta so we’ve brought it to you here, step by step. Let’s first start with the water. The rule […]

Chicken Bryan & Prosciutto-Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Prosciutto is a salted, dry-cured ham that adds a delicately delicious Italian flavor to almost any dish. When it comes to using prosciutto, the thickness of this meat has the biggest impact on its flavor. If it’s not sliced thin enough, it will taste overwhelmingly salty. If you’re going to get it sliced fresh at […]

Chicken Parmesan & Baked Ravioli Parmesan

There’s a reason why people always get the same dish at Carrabba’s – it’s absolutely delicious. But we do love to introduce our customers to bold new flavors. That’s why I’m excited to announce a special new offer that lets you enjoy the tastes you already love while discovering a new favorite — Carrabba’s Classics […]

Father's Day

One of the founding fathers of Carrabba’s style cooking, Mr. C is responsible for many of the delicious dishes and techniques we still use at Carrabba’s today. In the old days, Johnny’s dad loved grilling in the backyard, cutting and cooking steaks, and making sausage from scratch. He was the original grill-master, and he had […]

Perfect Pot of Pasta

Salt, water, time and love. Those are just a few things that go into the making of every bowl of Carrabba’s pasta. This week on La Pasta Vita, we’re talking about what it takes to make pasta according to our ridiculously high standards.