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Roll on into your week with a tube of bread stuffed with three kinds of meat and just as many cheeses. Whether you like a granny slice or thin crust, if you fold your pizza or eat it tip-to-crust, and even if you somehow submit to the idea that pineapple is an acceptable topping for pizza... well, we can all agree that a good 'ol stromboli can bring everyone just a little bit closer together. Snag the recipe at the link in our bio! (Image: @joe.lingeman | Styling: @christinecbuckley | Recipe: @meghan_splawn)

We love this summery, corn-filled spin on a classic Fettuccine Alfredo 🌽 (via @theoriginaldish)

@foodiecrush says if you want to make an everyday dinner a little more special: give it a boost with a fresh and simple topper! Cooked on the stove or on the grill, juicy pork chops are a perfect canvas for her simple Mediterranean tomato salad 😍 Grab the details at the link in our profile! (Recipe & Image: @foodiecrush)

Real talk: When we started planning this snapshot feature on Instant Pot *Mac and Cheese*, we really tried to keep it straightforward with elbow noodles and creamy sauce. But guys, we got excited, and we got carried away, and to be honest: we're not mad about it. So while you may scroll ➡️➡️➡️ through this series of carbolicious recipes and wonder if we've lost our dang minds: just know that we're putting this out there and facing the mac and cheese purists for *you*. 🧀 True: simple mac and cheese itself is a pleasure, but take it one step further and indulge in these wildly simple recipes for pasta dinners that taste like pizza, cheeseburgers, pesto, chili mac, and ziti. With just a handful of ingredients and about 10 minutes of active cooking, they're winners any night of the week. Grab the recipes at the link in our profile! (Image: @joe.lingeman | Styling: @christinecbuckley | Recipes: @meghan_splawn)

These breakfast egg muffin are loaded with spinach, feta and sun-dried tomatoes 😍Count us in! (via @themodernproper)

You might think it's hard to improve on the simple joy of buttered noodles, but @kellimfoster is here to drop some serious knowledge in the form of panko, brown butter, garlic, and parmesan. Prepare the garlicky brown-butter sauce while the noodles boil and you'll be digging in to a bowl of this brown-butter parmesan pasta just as fast as you would be eating plain-old buttered noods. That's right folks: this classic dish has aged like fine cheese. It's all grown up and we are HERE for it. Grab the recipe at the link in our bio!

"We get a box of vegetables every week from a local farmer a mile from our house. We get so many that it’s hard to deal with sometimes. So if we get a ton of basil, I’ll make big batches of pesto and freeze it in portions. That’s a system that we can build a dinner out of: Frozen pesto builds into a pasta. I also take all excess vegetables we don’t get to and I blend them into a slurry with water. Then I freeze it into planks of “frozen vegetable stuff.” Then I use that as a flavor boost for things like ramen and other dishes." 🍽 "I like buying and cooking food that we know we are going to eat. I think we choose to have components that will fit together. I have no vegetables go to waste. We compost, eat a lot of leftovers, and are always keeping an eye on the things we have that we have to use up. We save even tiny portions of things. It’s better to save four bites of something than to throw it out." 🍽 Meet @joeldepartment, a creative director and video producer who lives in CA with his wife, Jennifer Day. When he’s not making branded videos or directing kid shows like @yogabbagabba and @theaquabats, he’s whipping up inventive vegetarian creations in his kitchen. Click the link in our profile to learn more about his cooking philosophy and how he channels his creativity in the kitchen (it involves dancing!). (Photos: @leelacyd | Interview: @laurmasur)

This chicken Caesar salad tossed with tortellini is definitely the best of both worlds. Chillin' out take it slow with crisp romaine, but then you rock out the show with some cheesy tortellini. (via @littlespicejar)

LOW 👏 CARB 👏 LASAGNA 👏 With layers of creamy ricotta, gooey mozzarella, and rich tomato sauce, what do those sheets of pasta *really* contribute to traditional lasagna anyway? It's time to let eggplant take the lead; by which of course we mean letting the eggplant bake and melt away into a filling so luscious and smooth that you don't even know it's there. There is a time and a place to really let eggplant shine, and to be completely honest, that is not what this lasagna is about. I mean, yeah, we could probably all eat a few more vegetables, but if we can use that as an excuse to eat more cheese at the same time.... Well, isn't that something we can all agree on? Grab the life-brightening, soul-filling, put-a-smile-on-your-face recipe at the link in our profile. (Image: @joe.lingeman | Styling: @christinecbuckley | Recipe: @thenewbaguette)

@kellimfoster raves about this classic pantry-friendly recipe. She says, "I never thought I’d see the day where I was gushing about pork tenderloin. I grew up eating it — and made it for myself occasionally when I first lived on my own — but it wasn’t a dish I ever really got excited about. That all changed the first time I made this recipe, which transforms the lean, mild-mannered meat into an irresistible, party-worthy main." The simple sauce is made with honey, vinegar, mustard and cayenne – and it's so good that it would be a crime to let any of it go to waste! Grab the recipe at the link in our profile (Recipe: @Sheri.Castle)

@girlwiththeironcast says she put 30 cloves of garlic in this cast iron chicken recipe!! 😱

Pair these super easy Maple Bourbon-Glazed Steak Tips with sweet and crisp-tender asparagus and you've got a recipe for the perfect dinner 🥩Click the link in our bio for the recipe (Image: @joe.lingeman | Recipe: @cgallary)

This creamy Zuppa Toscana with Italian sausage & bacon 🥓 looks like such a treat (via @theculinarynest)

Stuffed peppers are what dinner dreams are made of. They can be filled with any combination of starches, meat, beans, and sauces, making them the ultimate leftover vehicle. Click the link in our bio for our foolproof method on how to make them come out perfect every time 😍(Image: @joe.lingeman | Recipe: @meghan_splawn)

No more disappointing watermelon! Here's how to pick one that actually tastes great.

"A feature of the Bay Area is that we have beautiful produce year-round, so the way I love to eat is a big shaved vegetable salad using whatever’s in season, whether it’s watermelon radishes or fennel or turnips or rutabagas. Once you’ve cut the vegetables really thin, whether it’s with a knife, mandoline, or peeler, dress them simply with a dressing made of a little pounded garlic, salt, a few anchovies, a squeeze of lemon, a splash of red wine vinegar, and the best olive oil. And you can vary the dressing, adding hard-cooked egg or crushed almonds to make it a little substantial, or add some shaved Parmesan or black truffle to the salad if that speaks to you.” — @calpeternell, Berkeley-based writer, podcast host, and author of Twelve Recipes As part of Kitchn’s celebration of all things California, we asked 19 cooks from various disciplines — chefs, photographers, writers — to see what dish they think best embodies California home cooking in 2019. The responses we received are as diverse as the state itself. And whether or not you live in California, you can get a taste of the state in your own kitchen with the recipes (like this one) we sourced from these talented cooks! Get the recipe via the link in our profile. (Image: @joe.lingeman | Styling: @christinecbuckley | Recipe: @calpeternell)

Try out this Slow Cooker Creamy Garlic Chicken and Veggies and you may never be the same again 🥘Click the link in our bio for the recipe! (Image & Recipe: @damn_delicious)

These banana bread bars are topped with tahini buttercream and that's all we needed to know to want a whole batch 🍌(via @olivesnthyme)

"Growing up in Southern California, we would eat taco salad with ranch dressing at high school lunches. My California spin on the taco salad lightens it up with a cilantro vinaigrette, and it’s the type of dish you can switch up depending on what’s in season. In summer, you can use corn, tomatoes, and avocado, then toss in some roasted sweet potato come fall. It’s one of those dishes I make on repeat for both lunch and dinner, using whatever I have from the farmers market." — @whatsgabycookin, L.A.-based blogger and author of What’s Gaby Cooking As part of Kitchn’s celebration of all things California, we asked 19 cooks from various disciplines — chefs, photographers, writers — to see what dish they think best embodies California home cooking in 2019. The responses we received are as diverse as the state itself. And whether or not you live in California, you can get a taste of the state in your own kitchen with the recipes (like this one) we sourced from these talented cooks! Get the recipe via the link in our profile. (Image: @joe.lingeman | Styling: @christinecbuckley | Recipe: @whatsgabycookin)

This One Pot Turkey Mexican Pasta supposedly comes together in under 30 minutes but we can't even wait that long to eat it 🤤(via @cookingforkeeps)

If you can make toast, you can make this 15-minute rotisserie chicken panzanella. It sounds fancy as heck, but it's really just the cool Italian way of saying, "excuse me, I am an adult and I am going to enjoy a nice plate of crispy, buttery bread for dinner." Yeah, there's sweet summer corn and juicy tomatoes in there, but we know what you're really here for, and we respect it. Get the recipe via the link in our profile. (Recipe & Photo: @melinahammer)

Relish doesn't get anywhere near enough credit. It's so much more than just a second-rate condiment, and doesn't deserve the fate it's been granted (which is going to rot in the back of your fridge.... Oops)! It turns out that it's a really great way to use up any veggies that may be going south, and a homemade batch is so tasty that you won't be able to forget about it. In fact, with a drizzle of oil, it's flavorful enough to stand on its own as a side dish for roasted meats. While you're at it, swirl it into dressings or dips, layer it onto your sandwiches, and pile it onto a cheeseboard for a tart counterpart. Grab the recipe at the link in our profile and get started on your first batch today. (Image: @petermurrayphoto | Recipe: @foodinjars)

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