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Roasted Tomato and Garlic Pasta

Roasted Tomato and Garlic Pasta

As I’ve probably said on here before, I usually try to make most of my meals either pasta or pizza, or something as close to those two things as possible. I get very excited in the summer for juicy heirloom tomatoes so I can make Michael Ruhlman’s Pasta with Tomato Water, Basil, and Garlic as much as possible (as well as this Brie-filled pasta, but I digress). Continue reading

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Ratatouille-ish

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I’ve been meaning to use butter beans in a recipe — I was reading about how they cook well, and they seem like an awesome, heartier substitute for grains in a meal. I was perusing Ottolenghi’s Plenty (definitely worth a look if you haven’t checked it out) and decided I wanted to make the butternut squash ratatouille — but without the zucchini and eggplant, because I don’t love how mushy they often get. (And yes, I realize those are the two ingredients that really “make” it ratatouille. Oh well.) So, I thought I’d sub in white beans and make the meal more winter-y. And it was such a great choice! Continue reading