Method: 1. Add 4 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil to a food processor along with 100g pistachio and mix until it becomes
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Whether you buy it ready-made or make your own, pesto is the perfect way to add pizzazz to any dish.
Paul Kita is a James Beard Award-winning food and nutrition writer and edits the How to Do Everything Better section of Men's
Make Pie Crust Sure, our grandmothers would wag a finger at us for this one, but when making dough, you don't have to cut
With a little of that acidic, savory, aromatic mint mixture in almost every bite, we didn't miss our crunchy croutons at all.
A lesson on resourcefulness.
Some days, you just don't have the time or energy to cook an ornate meal. If making a great dinner seems like an impossible
Place all of the ingredients in a food processor and puree until smooth. Kale Pesto Recipe by Catherine McCord of Weelicious
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This wintry version of pesto is robust, but just as luxurious as the classic basil sauce. Indeed, kale lends itself marvelously to making pesto! And the sauce is quick to make -- all that's needed is to blanch the hardy leaves for a few minutes before making the sauce... and voila!