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- Holiday movie guide: what to see and who to take
- The best house tours of 2011
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- 10 Winter ways to work off hot chocolate
- William and Kate celebrate their first Christmas as royal newlyweds
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- 5 fitness games to help you burn off the holiday bulge
- Olivia Palermo talks New Year's Eve
Posts for December 26th 2011
This past year our readers submitted so many mouthwatering food photos. We couldn't help but crave each and every dish (even the escargots!) as we assembled this slideshow. Thank goodness for how ready and willing you are to take pictures of what you cook and eat. Click through to take a look at 2011 in food photos.
Now that the holidays are over, we're looking for some simple and delicious meals. Since it's still cold out, Fresh Tart's quick pasta with cream and garlic sounds easy to make, but still rich and indulgent.
Inspired by a recent David Tanis/New York Times column about the beauty of having a quick, satisfying pasta in your repertoire, I thought I'd share my recipe - if you can even call it that - for the pasta I make for my son at least once a week. Like the Tanis recipe, this dish comes together quickly, with ingredients easy to keep on hand, and delivers fast, filling comfort on a cold, busy day.
Or night! I was so taken by the idea of having a go-to dish to make after a sparkly night out, when it's very possible that you were offered a lowball glass of Cheetos, but not actual real food to absorb the perfect cocktails you sipped for too many hours. (I love you Marvel Bar, but I am ready to eat my hat by the time I get home from a lovely evening in your presence.)
(If you're gluten-free, you can substitute gluten-free pasta. Or, just make yourself a fried egg, with loads of hot sauce, which is what I often do. But that's a different post...)