If you’re like me, you probably make pesto in a food processor – which makes it one of the most effortless, yet tastiest, sauces to make. However, my ever so convenient and frequent routine might change after seeing this low-tech approach, delightfully shot by Tiger In A Jar. Though it requires more labor, there is something so honest and pure about making this recipe by hand. I can’t wait to try it this weekend . . . but first, I’ll need to purchase a mezzaluna!
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