One Pot Pleasures

Martha Stewart Living, October 2007

It may seem counterintuitive, but sometimes the less effort you invest in something, the better it is. In those instances, all it really takes to achieve true potential -- in cooking, as well as in life -- is time. Found in every culinary tradition, one-pot recipes gently draw out the fullness of ingredients, coaxing them to mingle and meld while simmering unattended. They require little expertise, eliminate cooktop juggling, and keep cleanup to a minimum. And they do all that without compromising flavor, leaving plenty of time to tend to life's other challenges.

Coq Au Vin
Golden Lentil Stew
Shredded Pork in Red Chili

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