The best part of this recipe is that it's supportive of any amalgamation of cheese and wrapper than you can think of. Throw some sauteed mushrooms and spinach in there. Or maybe some prosciutto, basil and sundried tomatoes.
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This white bean bruschetta is downright dirty in its simplicity - crack open a can of white beans, toss with a fresh vinaigrette of lemon, rosemary and garlic, and slather the deliciousness on toasted crostini.
This sandwich has all of the traditional Vietnamese condiments - shredded romaine, crisp daikon radish and carrots, and the cool crunch of mint and cilantro - adorning tender chicken prepared like a Thai satay.
Creamy eggs swirled with white truffle oil, crispy pancetta and peppery arugula are dying to be scooped up with pieces of flatbread. But why stop there with the majesty when you can gild the wedges of bread with black truffles and melted fontina.
Classic chicken marsala serves as a topping for cheesy broiled gnocchi and garlicky spinach.
Cannelloni made simple with no boil lasagna sheets, a creamy homemade bechamel, wild mushrooms, and dinosaur kale in place of basil for an earthy pesto.
Those addictive crockpot meatballs with grape jelly as the secret ingredient.
Chicken and waffles with glorious homemade butter pecan syrup.
I'd stop the world and melt with you!
Spicy mustard and cool potatoes dance in this marriage of hot and cold.
A peppery blend of dijon mustard, garlic, lemon and tarragon.
Take Julia Child's classic beef burgundy and romance it some kinda dirty with the addition of melty brie and butter-kissed criminis. Then don the unctuous filling with a feathery whole wheat crepe. Hell to the yes.
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Sweet and savory party down in this spin on caprese.
Sweet and savory corn pudding with a toothsome topping of sausage and peppers.
If you can make these black beans a day ahead, fucking do it. They, much like George Clooney, get even more delicious with age.
Shrimp so devilishly good, you'll want to take a shower afterwards to cool off from the sexiness.
Spanish for "old clothes", this dish features slow-simmered beef that is shredded and tossed with a sexy-as-hell tomato garlic sauce.
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