Unless you have a from scratch recipe, this one requires a stop to the market for some popping fresh biscuits. It’s a deviation from all local ingredients, but for me, this is a limited case where convenience wins. If you’d rather skip the biscuits, the gravy stands up over hash or eggs. The recipe is simple, and the gravy is hearty!
Recipes Using Sausage
Grab a ball of pizza dough and get ready for deliciousness! This pizza skips the tomato sauce and with the freshly ground sausage, mozzarella and spring veggies, you won’t miss it! When the dark green of the spring veggies is in your kitchen, you need to try this one!
Prepare a pie crust, fill it with springtime goodness, and you’re off to the races with this flexible recipe. Mozzarella House cheeses go great with the springtime veggies in this dish, not to mention the cheese and garlic sausage.
Break into your freezers, it’s time the summer corn shines in this comforting chowder!
This is the Anderson family holiday morning brunch. This is a start-to-finish brunch (including timing and a shopping list) that will give you plenty of time to watch the yule log with your family. It makes enough for 12 folks, and if you don’t have that many, it makes great leftovers!
I used a creamy ricotta cheese in this recipe to help balance the spice in the hot italian sausage.
This is an idea post, you can bend this to whatever you have in the fridge. But check out the pork harvest at the farm and try out the new flavor sausage!
This one can easily be made gluten-free as your summer squash or zucchini is a stand-in for the pasta. You can opt to layer in many different veggie options here. This makes for delicious leftovers!
One of the great aspects of tacos is that you can put just about anything into them. So why not try this one with colorful cabbage and peppers!
This is not as much a formal recipe as it is a hodge podge of on-hand CSA ingredients. I find this to be a perfect use of the hot italian sausage, especially for those that might not otherwise be a fan of its spiciness. The hot Italian sausage adds a kick to the bland braise of the cabbage, and the potato does a wonderful job tying it all together.