After a cold, blustery walk along a grey and gravelly Puget Sound beach, it’s nice to come in to a warm and hearty breakfast that sticks to your ribs – but isn’t super fatty or unhealthy. This sausage and polenta casserole from Cooking Light is perfect for a make-ahead breakfast for two or ten.
We never tire of pizza – it’s so quick to make, so easy to make it healthy, and SO DANG GOOD. We’ve been on a bit of a fennel kick lately, too, so this Sausage, Fennel and Ricotta recipe seemed like a good idea.
For the vegetarians, you can make this hearty lentil stew with vegie sausage, which I love even more than regular sausage. Either way, this is a delicious warming dinner that goes great with a rustic loaf of bread and a crackling fire. And, this dish is quick and easy to make for a good weeknight dinner.
Good morning! On a cold fall day, a hot breakfast is a nice way to start your day. And, if you’re in a hurry, you can always wrap this sandwich in some wax paper and eat it on your way out the door.
We did serious Thanksgiving food shopping today, much of it at the Ballard Farmers’ Market in Seattle. We’ll be posting make-ahead recipes all week, and featuring farms from around Washington State. This cute feller is from Skagit River Ranch in Sedro Wooley.
It’s cold outside! You need to warm up and put a little meat on your bones! (Altho, this soup is pretty darn good for you, especially if you use a lean or vegetarian sausage.)