Emily Weinstein is the Food and Cooking editor of The New York Times. She also writes the popular NYT Cooking newsletter Five Weeknight Dishes.
Leftover beans form the base of a rich pasta, and stray herbs become a garlicky green sauce to slather on just about anything.
By Emily Weinstein
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