Get this all-star, easy-to-follow Tuscan White Bean and Garlic Soup recipe from Giada De Laurentiis.
Enjoy this saute as a side, toss with pasta for a main course, or serve on crostini.
OR add a poached egg and WIN BREAKFAST FOREVER
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Forget florets—roast the whole damn cauliflower
Um? Or Yum?
Made this tonight- so easy and pretty!
It’s fun to keep up with the latest trends, but I like to think that classic dishes are just that for a reason: they’re always in fashion. To many, it doesn’t get more classic than the grand dame of French cookery, Julia Child. So it only seems fitting
I made WAY too much soup last night. Anyone want to come over for soup?
Consider these dishes a host’s secret arsenal: They’re insanely easy and quick, but taste as if you’ve been chopping, searing and sautéing all day. By Lynn Andriani
I’m on it!
I used rosemary instead of thyme, and added a little butter and red pepper. Because, I mean, why not?
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There are a lot of versions, but this one seems to be the winner!
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