When the original primavera method took hours—and produced washed-out vegetables and stodgy sauce—we found inspiration in an entirely different classic.
Join us as we make over two Italian classics. First, we minimize the fuss and the mess of cooking spaghetti and meatballs for a crowd. Then we use a few thoughtfully chosen vegetables and a light but ...
Meatballs and tomato gravy are the ultimate comfort food, except when you’re the cook. To cut the fuss—and still feed a crowd—we start by turning on the oven.
If you have some extra money to spend, the ultimate slow cooker might be worth its high price tag.
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