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Rosa Parks' Pancake Recipe Helps Us See The Human Side Of A Hero. Parks jotted the recipe down on the back of an envelope. A Library of Congress curator says "this recipe is quintessentially African-American.

This ravioli has got it all – flavor, texture, and color! Silky spinach is combined with creamy ravioli and finished with a crunchy topping of fried sage, shallots, and pine nuts. The only improvement we can think of? A glass of chilled Prosecco! Sign up for Martha & Marley Spoon for weekly meal kit deliveries of seasonal recipes and fresh ingredients.

This ravioli has got it all – flavor, texture, and color! Silky spinach is combined with creamy ravioli and finished with a crunchy topping of fried sage, shallots, and pine nuts. The only improvement(Healthy Recipes For The Week)

If you want to impress your guests at your next dinner party, this recipe is sure to do the trick! It’s a little bit of a project,but they can be completely assembled (including pasta dough resting time) in about two hours. If you don’t feel comfortable making your own pasta, I’m sure that store bought …

If you want to impress your guests at your next dinner party, this recipe is sure to do the trick! It’s a little bit of a project,but they can be completely assembled (including pasta dough resting time) in about two hours. If you don’t feel comfortable m

NYT Cooking: This recipe for a vivid, vegetarian pasta sauce, made from blanched kale leaves and loaded with good olive oil and grated cheese, comes from Joshua McFadden, the chef at Ava Gene’s in Portland, Ore., and was inspired by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers of The River Café in London. The technique is absurdly simple and quick from start to finish, but the result is luxurious and near-creamy. Feel free to...

NYT Cooking: This recipe for a vivid, vegetarian pasta sauce, made from blanched kale leaves and loaded with good olive oil and grated cheese, comes from Joshua McFadden, the chef at Ava Gene’s in Portland, Ore., and was inspired by Rose Gray and Ruth Rogers of The River Café in London. The technique is absurdly simple and quick from start to finish, but the result is luxurious and near-creamy. Feel free to...