"Pink Goes Good with Green Pesto

"Pink Goes Good with Green Pesto

We use garlic in a lot of dishes, but don't use a lot of garlic in our dishes! We just aren’t huge fans of “over-garlicking” which is why we love to make our own pesto! Besides, the characteristic scent of fresh basil is so aromatic and inviting! We like using toasted pine nuts to make the pesto even richer!

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