I've done a fairly good job of controlling my impulsive buying of said cookbooks. But, once in a while, a clever placed internet ad will lure me to "click" and read what's in it. That's how I discovered this cookbook. Sigh.
Martha Stewart's most recent cookbook, "One Pot: 120+ Easy Meals from Your Skillet, Slow Cooker, Stockpot, and More" became my most recent kindle download to my iPad (which saves a lot of bookshelf space for me). I bookmarked a few recipes that I wanted to add to my cooking repertoire. Then, I promptly forgot about the cookbook. (Am I the only one who does that?)
Recently, I was doing my weekly shopping at Trader Joe's, and I spotted some fresh basil plants for less than $3.00. Seeing bright green basil and bright red cherry tomatoes, in January, lifted my spirits. Then, I remembered the Martha Stewart pasta recipe that I had bookmarked.
Assembling this dinner took less than 10 minutes. It's so simple-- linguine pasta, fresh cherry tomatoes, sliced garlic, red pepper flakes, salt, pepper, olive oil, and thinly sliced onion-- and water.