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One-Pot Wonders: Weeknight Turkey "Bolognese"

Creamy, unctuous, and utterly comforting, a traditional bolognese sauce typically takes around three hours to make, allowing the flavorful liquids to concentrate and envelop the ground meat to make that rich sauce we all love. Outside of the Italian countryside and professional kitchens, weeknight meals are not conducive to three hours of simmering, so we're going to fast track the process, creating a riff on the classic sauce that still maintains its delicious flavor. More

One-Pot Wonders: Spaghetti alla Carbonara with Kale

Using carbonara as the starting point, this recipe adds in a bit of crispy kale to round out the meal, all with nothing more than a skillet and a bowl. Before you get all huffy and puffy about this not being a traditional carbonara, let me just say it outright: this is not your traditional Italian carbonara. But the result is a creamy, delicious, one-pot dish that's perfect for a weeknight dinner—the proof is in the pasta. More

Skillet Suppers: Pearled Couscous with Tomatoes, Feta, and Spinach

I tend to get made fun of quite a bit for my love of feta and tomatoes and my attempts to incorporate one or both into anything I can, whenever possible. It's definitely deserved—I always have a tub of Bulgarian feta in my fridge and tend to a go a little crazy in August and September when tomato season is in full effect. This recipe is no exception, but I think it works fantastically. Without realizing, I ended up mixing the ingredients of a diner-style Greek omelet with couscous; luckily, it's a great combination. More

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