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April 10, 2009


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This 3 ingredient meal thing reminds me of my experiments with pasta when I lived alone. Taking the hint from Silver Palate's fabulous Chard and Garlic pasta and mindful of basic oil-and-garlic pasta, I rang changes on what different things you could add to basic oil&garlic* or lemon&pepper.
Tomatoes. Greek olives. Various cheeses. Spinach. Arugula...
Fun. Useful.

*sine qua non, of course

Meg Houston Maker

Ruth, your comment reminds me of Mark Bittman and his many simple recipes for pasta. See, e.g., today's post, "An Old Favorite," http://bitten.blogs.nytimes.com/2009/04/15/an-old-favorite/

And yes, garlic is non-discretionary :-)

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