Monday, October 16, 2017

How Easy Is That?

We've witnessed it time and time again. Ina prepares a lavish meal and, after plating it beautifully, she remarks, "How Easy Is That?" 

So this week, in honor of Ina's catch phrase, we are celebrating all things easy and quick!  Since Ina has a way of making everything look simple and approachable this could, in fact, apply to nearly any Ina Garten recipe. However, Ina takes things a step further dedicating an entire cookbook to the premise of ease, with her cookbook titled How Easy Is That?  Feel free to take inspiration from any of her recipes!


Join us in saying How Easy Is That? by sharing your Ina Garten dish. Please make and post your dish by Sunday, October 22nd. Please also be sure to link it below, leaving a comment, so that we don't miss out on your dish!

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6 comments:

Deb in Hawaii said...

Ina's 16-Bean Pasta E Fagioli Soup is not the fastest recipe but it is easy and delicious. I made a vegetarian version.

kitchen flavours said...

Ina's Jalapeno Cheddar Cornbread is a real winner!
And thank you for the interesting themes for the few months ahead!

Flourishen said...

I've made a baked shrimp scampi.

Emily said...

Tapas of stuffed peppers for one pax!

Lydia Filgueras said...

An easy coffee and hazelnut icebox cake inspired bu Ina.

Kim said...

Ina's French Chocolate Bark is so good that I'm trying to convince myself that I can have it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Hey, it has nuts, which are protein and fruit....so, it represents a few food groups:)