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Weeknights with Giada by Giada De Laurentiis

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  • Sautéed kale, mushroom, and cranberries

    • vickster on May 25, 2013

      Simple and tasty vegetable side dish. I had to use up some kale and mushrooms, and the cranberries add an unexpected tasty sweetness. Also tried without the mushrooms, and used 1 large shallot instead of garlic with a touch of habanero olive oil.

  • Chicken with tarragon and white wine

    • kateiscoooking on March 04, 2017

      made w bone-in, skin-on thighs. next time i'll remove the skin before serving. sauce was magnificent. sounds like it might be too much mustard but it wasn't at all.

  • Asian chicken salad

    • kateiscoooking on March 03, 2017

      This is our go-to chicken salad. We buy a rotisserie chicken and take everything into the office and use this for lunch. The dressing is perfect!

  • Mediterranean halibut sandwiches

    • BasicStock on March 23, 2017

      I love this mayonnaise mixture and use it often for salmon burgers, adding a crushed clove of garlic.

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Reviews about this book

  • Huffington Post

    ...you won't see any six-hour, slow-cooked roasts, but rather all of the recipes can be made in under an hour. If you're worried that will translate into oversimplified, flavorless recipes, don't fret

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  • Huffington Post

    The cookbook rises to the challenge, delivering ... dishes that come together quickly... a welcome handbook of fantastic recipes and surefire Monday-to-Friday strategies for every home cook.

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