Quoting myself from last week (sorry), but just to say that this recipe was excellent and thanks for posting it Mya Stone. It seemed like such an odd way to make a pasta dish, but it did eventually all come together. I made it exactly as the recipe called for, but next time I plan on perfecting it by topping it with some goat cheese (because everything's better with goat cheese, as far as I'm concerned, lol). It's originally from Martha Stewart's website, btw, (Ha, I even watched the video there).
For some reason, I'm making pasta dishes far more frequently than normally, (cooler weather, probably). Yesterday, we made Baked Rigatoni with Italian Sausage and Peppers, and salad. I can't even remember where I came across that recipe, (here maybe?), but it was so easy and really good. I would have liked it with a mix of sweet sausage and hot sausage, but I only had sweet in. So, I just added some hot pepper flakes to the mixture.
Tonight, Mr. LB had it again, since we have a ton leftover and he really loved it. I wanted something lighter so I chopped up some leftover Teriyaki chicken breasts and threw it in a big bowl of Dole Asian Blend Chopped Salad mixed with Ken's Dressing Lite Asian Sesame with Ginger and Soy, one of my favorite meals to make with leftovers, (tastes great and takes less than a minute to throw together).
Also, thanks to the bad influence of my fellow posters in the fast food thread, (you know who you are, lol), this weekend we had Five Guys burgers and fries for the second time ever! I've been corrupted, damn it! Sadly, those Cajun Fries are addictive. I wish I had never read that thread, ha ha.