Tony and Luigi’s

Tony and Luigi’s Restaurante

For a delightful culinary experience, Tony and Luigi’s Italian Mediterranean Restaurante in Georgetown, Texas, is a great choice.  Tony and Luigi’s opened in 2008 and features traditional classic favorites and original new dishes.

We needed a nice restaurant for a birthday dinner, and this was a great choice! The service was friendly and fast…and the food= divine.  The homemade rolls come out piping hot, and of course, you can’t eat just one.  No way!

Impossible to Eat Just One!

Our dinner fare included the following:

  • Chicken Parmesan
  • Spinach Salad
  • Cesar Salad
  • Wine.

It was absolutely delicious–no doggie bag necessary.🐕

Chicken Parmesan

Moscato for the win!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The server brought out the dessert cart, but we were waaaaay to full (Did I mention the rolls?).  Fun to look!

Tony and Luigi’s A Frank Sinatra Tribute entertains Thursdays from 6:00-9:00 PM (reservations recommended). The website notes Dine-in, Curbside, and Delivery options.  Be sure to call or check the website for possible changes: http://tonyandluigistx.com

If there are any negatives, it might be that the acoustics are not great, so it might be a little loud…a booth is best.

I would highly recommend Tony and Luigi’s. We’ve been going there for years, and it never disappoints.

 

Spaghetti Squash

Did you say Spaghetti Squash?

I love spaghetti squash Yup. I said it…I even went through a spaghetti squash-stage.  My sweetie would (very nicely) ask, “Are we having spaghetti squash again?” Well…yes.

 



Spaghetti squash is super low-cal, clocking in at a mere 42 calories per cup. It contains many nutrients including folic acid, potassium, vitamin A, and beta carotene. This beautiful squash can be baked or my favorite—microwaved.




Are you ready to give it the Ol’ College Try… ??

First, google the cooking directions. Follow the directions ➡️➡️I once stuck the whole thing in the microwave and BOOM!! The door exploded open and squash “strings” blasted out…everywhere.🙃🙃


Next, cut the spaghetti squash length-wise and remove the seeds with a fork. (Save the “shells.”) Put the spaghetti-like strings into a bowl.


Go to your freezer and see what frozen veggies you have. Cook the veggies and add to the bowl with the spaghetti squash. Cook and add whatever else you might like: sausage, ground beef, cheese, basically—anything goes.

Finally, add spaghetti sauce to the mix. Combine and put the concoction back in the shells. Add cheese to the top and melt, if you want. 

 

This one has ground beef and cheese:


This one (mine) has just veggies and beans:

 

 

 

Or, you can actually follow a recipe😂😂

from someone who hates to cook….

❤️Enjoy!