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This isn’t a very sophisticated recipe, but it’s also the recipe my husband eats as if he will be fasting for the following week. His eyes get kind of teary whenever I make this; he’ll show up for dinner early when he knows it’s on the menu.
It’s nothing new under the sun, but once you try this delightful stovetop dish, you will understand the deepest meaning of the word crowd-pleaser. And it all cooks in one skillet. Even the pasta, which cooks right in the sauce! I know, I know — it’s the little things.
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Recipe: One-Skillet Cheesy Beef and Macaroni — Recipes from The Kitchn
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Ukrainian borscht—hot, meaty, and beet-red—is a classic hearty wintertime soup, loaded with tender chunks of beef and pork, plus an amazing array of vegetables, from beets to cabbage and celery root. It’s a filling, deeply satisfying bowl of soup, with a sweet-sour finish. This recipe makes a lot, but don’t worry: It freezes well, and you’ll want it all. Get Recipe!
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