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9 HOURS AGO - Seattle Times

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Recipe: Pasta With Fried Lemons and Chili Flakes

Here’s how to prepare a typical weeknight dinner on autopilot: Select the main ingredient — beef, chicken, lamb, fish, tofu, broccoli, beans or what have you. Season it with salt, slick it with olive oil, drizzle it with lemon. The cooking method doesn’t matter.

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10 HOURS AGO - Seattle Times

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Recipe: Pasta with Fried Lemons and Chili Flakes

Here’s how to prepare a typical weeknight dinner on autopilot: Select the main ingredient — beef, chicken, lamb, fish, tofu, broccoli, beans or what have you. Season it with salt, slick it with olive oil, drizzle it with lemon. The cooking method doesn’t matter.

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11 HOURS AGO - Parade

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11 HOURS AGO - MSNBC

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Make supper simple with Laura Vitale's mushroom bruschetta, linguine

Tired of ordering take out or popping in those frozen dinners? Wish you could prepare a homemade meal but feel like you don't have enough time? Lucky for you, these super simple recipes from Laura Vitale the host of The Cooking Channel's "Simply Laura" won't take up your entire day.

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13 HOURS AGO - Shop Smart

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Need cooking ideas? Try Twitter (yes, Twitter!)

If you’re a fan of short, fast recipes with few ingredients, try “twecipes.” They’re becoming an art form, with pro chefs and everyday folks boiling down the instructions for their favorite dishes into 140 characters or less.

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