The 2-Ingredient Barefoot Contessa Appetizer That’s ‘Really Delicious’, According to Ina Garten

Want to host a party like Ina Garten? Serve Lamb Sausage and Puff Pastry that’s a hit at cocktail parties or go even simpler. Make a two-ingredient appetizer from the Food Network star.

Ina Garten’s all about stress-free entertaining which means simple food

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The Barefoot Contessa’s food philosophy centers around simple but flavorful food. She uses shortcuts to make the cooking process easier and less time-consuming. Whether that’s using a jar of her favorite store-bought tomato

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Ina Garten Said Her Lemon Cake Is ‘Better the Next Day’ and It’s So Easy to Make

Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten‘s lemon cake recipe is a fan favorite and it’s easy to see why. It’s a delicious and light cake that is simple for even a novice baker. Garten assured that “if you can make this lemon cake, you can make any cake.”

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While demonstrating how to make the dessert recipe on her Barefoot Contessa cooking show, Garten shared how she planned to bring her “favorite lemon cake” along for a beach picnic. According to Garten, “It transports really well to the beach.”

“If you can make this lemon cake, you

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‘Barefoot Contessa’: Ina Garten Absolutely Hates This 1 Popular Food Trend: ‘Definitely Not’

Barefoot Contessa star Ina Garten has made a name for herself on the Food Network. However, Garten never set out to be a food superstar. Rather, she started out working in the White House, then an on-a-whim purchase led her to start a culinary career.

Despite that Garten has tried plenty of unique ingredient combinations throughout her career, there is one food trend she simply won’t touch.

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Ina Garten wasn’t planning to become a celebrity chef

When Garten was younger, she knew she loved to cook. However, her parents wanted

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