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Save Your Life Garlic Soup From 'One Good Dish'

Unless you've eaten garlic soup, it can be challenging to imagine how a huge handful of sliced cloves simmered in water for fifteen minutes could possibly be worth writing about. I certainly questioned the idea before making David Tanis's version in his new cookbook, One Good Dish. But those fifteen minutes on the stove are transformational—the garlic mellows and sweetens, infusing the water with profound savoriness. A little salt, olive oil, and sage don't hurt either. More

Save Your Life Garlic Soup From 'One Good Dish'

Unless you've eaten garlic soup, it can be challenging to imagine how a huge handful of sliced cloves simmered in water for fifteen minutes could possibly be worth writing about. I certainly questioned the idea before making David Tanis's version in his new cookbook, One Good Dish. But those fifteen minutes on the stove are transformational—the garlic mellows and sweetens, infusing the water with profound savoriness. A little salt, olive oil, and sage don't hurt either. More

Cook the Book: 'One Good Dish' by David Tanis

There was a 6 month period back in 2009 where everything I cooked came out of David Tanis's A Platter of Figs. His chicken and pumpkin tagine, spinach cake, succotash, and cherry clafouti were such regular rotation that I wondered if I'd ever open another cookbook. I was beyond obsessed, so it should come as no surprise that I clamored for his following cookbooks, including his new book, One Good Dish. More

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