My farewell dish from Giada at Home was Orecchiette with Greens, Garbanzo Beans, and Ricotta Salata (pg 81). This is an excellent way to get yourself to eat loads of leafy greens, but the recipe is a blank slate that needs some work. It's pretty bland, as written, but plenty could be done to improve it.
Cook a butt-load of swiss chard and baby spinach in the oil, then add cherry tomatoes and garbanzo beans. Mix lemon zest and some ricotta salata cheese into the pasta, stir in the veg, then add more cheese on top. I never had this cheese before. It's pretty salty, so it was the predominant flavor. As you can see, any number of things could be done to this pasta to improve it. Fresh herbs, more zest, lemon juice, some onions, garlic, etc. The only real appeal of this is that it gets you to eat lots of green things.
Conclusion: Just Okay. This is nothing special. A dull note for Giada to go out on, but I won't hold it against her.