to be sacrificed. I will admit that this can be a very odd holiday for those not used to it. In fact in many ways it’s still a bit odd for me and I’ve been Muslim for nearly 10 years I can appreciate that nothing goes to waste, every, and I mean every part of the sheep is eaten or used. The skins are collected and tanned, the organs are eaten (even the head and eyeballs!).
It was for him that I made this batch of pasta dough - being an Italian food lover and a budding home cook with limited time and resources to buy more "gourmet" items like artisanal, preservative free pasta, I knew that this small gift of a herb and garlic laced dinner option would be appreciated
I was in a bit of a fix for supper the other night, and came up with this pasta. I like to have turkey sausage in the fridge and shrimp in the freezer at all times, because when it's crunch time for supper, it's easy to come up with something delicious
I love, love, love this Mediterranean Pasta Salad for our road trips, picnics and adventures since it's meatless yet chock-full of goodies like arugula, garbanzo beans, artichoke hearts, kalamata olives, capers, sun-dried tomatoes, mozzarella cheese tossed with a fresh herb vinaigrette
add to pastaand vegetables. Return to Dutch oven and set aside. Sprinkle chicken with salt and pepper. In Dutch oven cook pasta according to package directions, adding broccolini and sweet pepper during the last 2 minutes of cooking. In extra large skillet cook chicken in hot oil over medium-high heat for 2 minutes each side, or until no longer pink (170 degrees F)
But before we head out, I wanted to leave you with this post and wonderful pasta recipe. So my choice tonight was whole wheat pasta with crisp zucchini noodles, seasoned deliciously but simply with Parmesan, lemon and fresh basil, and some sliced tomatoes on the side