St-pats-badge

Click to view the Donnersmith Photography portfolios.

Click to go to an index of Stephencooks recipes by ingredients.

Scroll down to find recipes in the Stephencooks Recipe Box.

COURSE

Appetizers & Snacks
Breads
Breakfast
Brunch
Side Dishes
Soup
Salad
Drinks
Dessert

STYLE

Comfort Food
Chinese
Decadent
Grilled Food
Italian
Japanese
Pasta
Pizza
Roasted Vegetables
Sandwiches
Smoked Food

MAIN INGREDIENT

Beef
Chicken
Eggs
Lamb
Pork
Seafood
Veggies

NUTRITION

Healthy Recipes
Low Carb
Low Fat
Weight Watchers 0 Pt
Weight Watchers 1 Pt
Weight Watchers 2 Pts
Weight Watchers 3 Pts



MORE

Master Recipes
Leftovers
Quick Prep
Sauces
Tips & Tools
Wild Caught / Foraged



Recipe-finder-tag-bottom
Click to see Saveur's feature on my Rosemary Rutabaga Fries.

« Smoked Shellfish Terrine | Main | Fig Tart with Creamy Goat Cheese, Rosemary and Honey »

Linguine with Sausage and Oregano

Linguine with Sausage and Oregano
 

This is quick and good. We were going out to hear some music so I was going to take a night off from real cooking and boil up some of the wonderful homemade ravioli that we buy frozen from a local pasta maker, but with the water boiling and the salad made I found that it's time to inventory the freezers again: no little bundles of pasta joy in there. But there were a couple of the sweet Italian sausages...so I threw some linguine in the pot, simmered and chopped the sausage and tossed them with about 1/4 cup of minced sage and oregano from the herb garden, a couple of minced garlic cloves and a minced fresh little red hot pepper. A little parmeggiano reggiano and we were good to go.

|

Click HERE for information about the new WeightWatchers PointsPlus program.

Like it? Share this recipe with your friends...

Share

   

   Email       ShareThis

Soda Club USA

Related Posts with Thumbnails

Comments

I haven't found Italian sausages in Heidelberg and I've missed them terribly. That picture looks so unbelievably good. And herbs from the garden? It doesn't get any better than that. I think I'll be staring at that picture all day..

Hi Michele...thanks for stopping by again...well, that pasta was so simple I hesitated to put it up, but it was good, and that after all is the point, isn't it?...yes, I'm fortunate to be able to get these sausages (which are made in New York City's Little Italy)...they are made with some fennel seed which is absolutely perfect...and it's led me to experiment with fennel seed in a couple of things I've been working on and will post soon...maybe it's just a personal passion but the word addictive keeps coming up when I write about these concoctions that include fennel..

I'm also currently obsessed with fresh figs, I think from exposure to Sarah's Fig Tart last month on Sugar High Friday -- http://thedeliciouslife.blogspot.com/2005/06/sugar-high-friday-no-9-tantalizing.html -- so your figs wrapped in pancetta with goat cheese has me drooling...a favorite little restaurant in Boston (The Dish -- http://www.southenddish.com/ -- in the South End) used to have something like this on the menu and they alone kept me coming back there...anyway, after a search I found some figs around here and they will appear soon on my site (I think Sugar High Friday...), influenced by both you and Sarah...

thanks again for stopping by!

Sounds good, looks good. Will have to try this pasta one of these days...

How funny...I googled "linguini with sausage" in hopes of finding a nice, simple recipe and you're the 2nd site I went to...I'm a fellow Portlander (SoPo, actually) and will be cooking tonight with my TerraCotta pasta! Suddenly the world seems smaller (or is SoPo getting bigger?)

Cheers!

Robyn

Post a comment

Comments are moderated, and will not appear on this weblog until the author has approved them.

If you have a TypeKey or TypePad account, please Sign In.