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The Most Popular Thanksgiving Recipe on NYT Cooking

‘By far’

A plate of roasted Brussels sprouts with garlic
Photo: @beckyblairh via Instagram

The other day we saw that the most popular Thanksgiving recipe over on NYT Cooking — “by far” apparently — is Bittman’s Brussels sprouts with garlic. And while that version starts with browning sprouts on the stove in a cast-iron pan, the one below, from the updated How To Cook Everything, is even easier.

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Melissa McCart

Editor of Heated with Mark Bittman on Medium. Dog mom. Pho fan. Send me your pitches: melissamccart@gmail.com

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