From her forthcoming book ‘Cook Like a Pro.’
Your new favorite (and fastest) way to eat dinner.
"Pass the green, please."
We'll give you two hints: bread and blue cheese.
A bright, buttery way to welcome spring.
To start, give it a go on the grill.
And majorly Instagram-worthy, to boot!
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Everything's better on bread.
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