Food Network Giada De Laurentis Recipe – Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta

Giada De Laurentis Recipe - Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta

Giada De Laurentiis Recipe – Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta

So I admit that we watch the Food Network a lot maybe too much but then again, we only have basic cable and whenever Emeril isn’t on (which is most of the time) we tune in to our Giada De Laurentis Recipe - Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta favorites such as Alton Brown, Iron Chef (the old school Japanese is still our fav) and Giada De Larentiis. We also enjoy watching Tyler Florence’s “how to boil water” cause he has this ditzy lady cohost to make him more manly. Ok so Food Network it is and here’s a recipe we tried out from dear old Giada De Laurentiis. It’s really easy and really good.

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Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes over Raccoto Pasta

Giada De Laurentis Recipe - Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta Take some spicy sausage (can be turkey, pork, whatever) fry with a half cup of marinated artichoke hearts and a half cup of chopped sun dried tomatoes. Add about a cup of diced mozarella and sprinkle in a handful of coarsely chopped parsely. Stir in your Rocconto pasta and serve immediately. Delicious and easy.

5 thoughts on “Food Network Giada De Laurentis Recipe – Spicy Sausage Artichokes Sun Dried Tomatoes Pasta”

  • Greetings Giada De Laurentis,

    I am a fan of yours. You are talented and beautiful!

    I am redecorating my offices and would love to have a personalized autographed photo(s) of you to display. It would be great!

    PLEASE send to:

    Dr. Michael V. Coots
    P.O. Box 5903
    Colorado Springs, CO 80931
    USA

    DrCoots@yahoo.com

    Thank you for your time and consideration.

    Sincerely,

    Michael
    “Dr. Mike”

  • i visit chicago recently (mexican tourist) and take in my last day a travel for the river north, in this boat a team taking a video with special attention to a person, this person is Giada de Lautentiis, is the same person ?

  • “Happy Holidays”!to you Giada,
    My name is ANI RICK…I am originar from Romania and I love to cook.
    Romanian language as well our cuisine have many things in common with Italian and I am very proud of it

    I married with an American man in 2002 and I am very happy that I have the chance to have access on Food Network and you are ONE of my favorite chefs who I have many things to learn from.

    I am a good cook myself and I wish to have my own TV show someday…Can you help me?
    Can you guide me in the right direction?

    Recently, I participated in a tresured recipes contest on http://www.chefs.com and my recipe is one of 100 selected for semifinale.
    Unfortunatelly…I being pretty new in America I know not so many people to help voting for my recipe.
    I would love to be in finales and so I to have the chance of my life and sharing with the WORLD the best traditional STUFFED CABBAGE WITH POLENTA recipe.

    Thank you and all the best wishes for you.

    With respect,
    ANI RICK
    64 Harmony Road
    Northwood, NH, 03261

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