I am quite serious when I say that this is the easiest dinner you will ever make. If you have any qualms about your skills in the kitchen, put them to rest and put these recipes to work for you. They virtually cook themselves. There’s a brisket of beef that requires chopping and slicing some onions, and turning the meat a couple of times and that’s it. Honestly. With it, a recipe for fingerling potatoes from Alex Guarnaschelli, the chef at Butter and a frequent visitor on Food Network TV. This is so simple, it will amaze you at how much taste you’ll get out of the potatoes. Finally, maple-glazed carrots that are poached, buttered and glazed in all of about 10 minutes. Buy something store-bought for dessert, crack open a bottle of Cabernet and astonish all your friends at your cooking prowess. And I'll even show you how to make the most delicious sandwich from the leftovers.
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