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04 November 2012

Spicy Sausage Pasta

I am going to annoy you to no end by being yet another reminder to go vote. Being For the Love of Dessert :)...I will be keep my political affiliations to myself but encourage you all, regardless of who you prefer, to vote. Why? Because we can and there is something wonderful about that.

Though I have to agree with most of my friends in that I am by far tired of the abundance of political messages (other than the encouragement to vote) on my Facebook feed- I AM OVER IT. Frankly, I am all for freedom of speech but sometimes have a little respect for who is our president (you can always state your opinion in a respectful, tasteful fashion). But being someone who studies children- I feel like the Presential Candidates do not provide the best examples of modeling appropriate behavior.

Well- with everyone else going politics crazy- I find solace in my kitchen, because I have enough cray-cray ;) coming from school. But today was Sunday Funday, which simply means that not only do I make dinner but I also make dessert (I usually make one dessert to last for the week so the hubby and I do not indulge). Though the hubby pointed out- For the Love of Dessert needs to have just a For the Love of Food agenda :D

Adapted from Amanda and Kevin


1 pound of Turkey Sausage (cut in medallions)
1 c. of diced onions
2 tbsp. crushed garlic
1.5 c. of chicken broth
1 c. of heavy cream
1 (10oz) can of diced tomatoes
salt and pepper to taste
8 oz. of bow tie pasta
1 c. of shredded cheese
1/2 c. of green onions diced


On medium heat cook turkey sausage and onion until brown (about 4-5 minutes). Then add garlic and brown slightly (abotu 1 minutes). Add in chicken broth, heavy cream, diced tomatoes, pasta and salt/pepper and bring to boil. Cover with lid and then reduce to medium-low heat. Cook for an additional 20-25 minutes, unitl no liquid is in the pan. Mix is 1/2 of shredded cheese. Use remainder of cheese and green onions as garnish.


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