Back in the day in San Francisco, when A16 was Zinzino, we lived just a block and a half away on Chestnut Street. One of our all-time-favorite dishes there was parchment-baked spaghetti and meatballs. It was, truly, the ultimate comfort food. The noodles were shot through with flavor with an altogether unique texture—chewy in a good, satisfying way. Zinzino turned into A16 not long after we left the city and that dish disappeared along with it. Until now. I’m happy to report that, after all these years, I’ve successfully replicated it here.
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... creator of the NOURISH Evolution, which is what I call the journey we take when making a shift from processed food to real food. I've distilled 15 years of my own experience--both as a busy mom healing myself through real food after a harrowing health crisis and as a professional food writer and recipe developer--into the NOURISH Evolution to give you all the inspiration, tools and recipes you need to make real food ... in real life.
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