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COOK THE ISSUE #97

fresh pasta with sausage and mushrooms

By beccaporter, member

February 6th, 2009

This is technically my last recipe included in the list of contest recipes. Although, I might make a couple more soups.

I had to substitute pork Italian sausage because it was all the store had. I am glad to end on such a fine note. I have issues with mushrooms in several recipes. Luckily, this one is very reminisant of pizza. I loved it, I ate a couple of plates of it. The rosemary was great in it, an obviously good pair for the sausage. I am a big believer in fresh pasta. I bought it today because tomorrow I  am making spinach lasagna noodles for lasagna Bolognese.

Recipe Used: fresh pasta with sausage and mushrooms


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Comments (2)

Texas_Foodie writes: Yes, congratulations! I still have several to do - two of which I really have no interest in doing.....but I might need to.....just in the name of friendly competition! This has been really fun...and a really good issue to base the challenge on.....lots of good recipes! Posted: 6:53 pm on February 7th

bohnappetitFC writes: Cogratulations on completing the challenge! Which recipe was your favorite and which ones are you most likely to make again? Posted: 11:46 am on February 7th

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COOK THE ISSUE - FEBRUARY/MARCH 2009

Update, March 6, 2009: This contest has now ended and we're tallying the results. The winner will be posted shortly. Feel free to continue to post your photos, though they will no longer be counted towards your total.

Over the course of two months, we’re challenging you to cook as many of the recipes in the February/March issue (issue 97) as you can, upload photos of what you make, and tell us what you love, what you don’t love, and what else you want to know.  Taking the challenge is easy. The most prolific member for this issue’s challenge will win a cookware shopping spree from Cooking.com, and fifty runners up will receive a copy of Fine Cooking’s Make it Tonight special issue.

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