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Thursday, March 16, 2006 

Ridiculously simple and crazy good

Amy Scattergood in the LA Times offers up insanely good dishes that are a snap to make.

What these are are actually "one liners". They're recipes...methods more like...that only take up a single line or paragraph. (Perfect for a PART TIME Gourmet. Ha!)

A few:

Halibut Proven├žal. (pictured) Film a frying pan with olive oil, sear halibut fillets on one side, then flip and add a can of diced tomatoes, minced garlic and shallots, capers, olives and a dash of balsamic vinegar.

Penne with Italian sausage and greens. Brown the meat from four Italian sausages (removed from the casings) in olive oil, add one bunch of rapini that's been blanched and roughly chopped, along with a little chopped garlic, toss with penne and lots of grated Parmesan.

Salmon with cannellini. Sear salmon fillets on one side, flip and add minced garlic, a can of cannellini beans (drained), two bunches of arugula and freshly ground black pepper.

Roasted potatoes. Quarter peeled potatoes, toss in a roasting pan with olive oil, salt, pepper and thyme and roast for an hour, stirring once or twice.

Baked stuffed apples. Core apples, stuff with raisins, cinnamon, brown sugar and butter and bake for an hour.

Nice food blog :)

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