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Monday, November 19, 2007

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That looks really delicious. You are taunting me with real food and your ability to make it!

Yummy recipe.
My love for all things pasta
Is inordinate.

Yum! I'm officially hungry now. I'm extra-impressed given that you created the recipe all by yourself. If I ever make I will be sure to give credit where it is due. :)

Awwww, Bill Watson!

I see my grandmother's genes coming out!

Um - YUM! I can't wait to try this! I usually just use canned pasta sauce, add meat and fresh mushrooms, and go from there. This sounds like a great variation!

Oh this looks tasty. And I have been on a spinach kick lately, adding it to everything I think I can get away with. This is pretty much how I cook any pasta I make, looking for whatever is on hand in the fridge that needs to get used up. It usually turns out pretty great, but never the same twice (which is the fun part!) I've never tried sausage though, so thanks for the idea!

This looks yummy! Thanks for another recipe.

Looks yum! I never would have thought to mix the sausage with spinach, but tomato plus spinach is awesome so why not!

I have this rice dish I do and after I brown the rice a little, I add the tomato chunks before the chicken stock so they can get a little brownage of their own. I picked this up from a tip in Cooks Illustrated on making chicken broth from scratch. They say to brown the skin-on chicken before adding the liquid, and it makes all the difference in building the layers of flavor.

I think the photo of drained noodles was so appealing because there weren't any loose ends hanging out. I read an article on food photography and it turns out that ends tucked in is the law for pictures of spaghetti. What a job that must be, tucking in those ends. ;o)

I read this before I went to bed, and then dreamed about it. I think that means I should try the recipe.

Yummy! I use a lot of sausage and pasta in my ack-what's-in-the-pantry dinner is in a half hour cooking, so this looks familiar and delicious!

looks great!

Yum! That looks quite tasty!

Can't wait to get home and try some of these recipes!

I'm with you on the brand name chicken broth. I also use Swansons. I've never found another brand that is any good at all.

If you like things that are salty, you should try dropping in a bullion cube when you are cookings things like vegetables and pasta. It adds a really nice flavor.

Yum! I wonder if my husband and the kids would notice the spinach...

Sausage and pasta is definitely a winning combination. Yum yum yum. I need to try this!

Wow, that looks awesome! I'm going to come out of this NaBloPoMo thing with lots of recipes to try!

I made this for dinner tonight with a couple of changes. I used chicken cooked in olive oil instead of sausage and no spinach. I would do the spinach next time probably, but I didn't have any. My (almost) 2 year old says num num, and my husband said he would eat more, but he was full. I enjoyed it also, and I was able to eat it! (I am in my first trimester of pregnancy #2)

Holy wow I am loving your recipes lately!! I'm gonna try this one sometime for my sausage-loving hubby. Thanks for sharing!

Thanks for the receipe - something new to add to my basic 5 things!

This looks so good that nobody I make it for would notice it's milk free (needs to be for my allergies). Can't wait to try it.

Mmm looks yummy! We are on a pasta kick lately!

I just made this for dinner, and I must say, it is totally delicious. Thanks!!

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