Bonus: It doubles as a dip!
Easy, cheesy dinner.
Two twirly-curly pasta recipes go head to head.
And *in* everything, too—like this smoky lentil soup
The culinary equivalent of Calvin's transmogrifier
Easier (and more fragrant!) than pesto
From homemade ravioli to 15-minute pasta e fagioli
Honey, ricotta, a bizarre pesto, and a perfect pasta
Yes, you can taste the difference
For you *and* your gluten-free friends
For pastas, salads, toasts, and beyond
Canned tomatoes in gazpacho? Yes you can
Using pumpkin seeds in place of walnuts or pine nuts makes pesto more affordable—and that makes it more available for slathering, dolloping, and dropping onto your weeknight dinners.
A broccoli rabe and chard pesto that made us forget all about basil.
Step one: Turn your broccoli into pesto.
A weeknight soup that's just indulgent enough to be great.
Soupe au pistou: The French answer to minestrone, and the cold-weather answer to pesto.
And why seeds are just as delicious.
A lighter pesto pasta that's not light on flavor.
Take your pesto pasta up a level with a dose of raw corn and fresh plum tomatoes.
Carrots don't have to be boring, and neither do you.