Vegetarian Linguine

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Vegetarian Linguine

No book blog this week.  I’ve had company, big church obligations. So we’re doing food this week.

I’ve been accused of hating vegetables.

And maybe I do. Maybe, when they’re all cut up fresh and posed around a vat of dip, and placed next to a plate of brownies on a buffet table, maybe, just maybe I can’t “see” them.

But when vegetables are fried in butter and olive oil, and then covered in cheese, I really, really like vegetables.

You can get this yummy kind of vegetables in Vegetarian Linguine.

And if those breadsticks in the corner of the picture caught your eye, you can find them here.

Tune in next week for a book about something famous.

Photo credits:

Linguine: Rooey202 via Visual hunt / CC BY

Green onions:  Public Domain Photos via VisualHunt / CC BY

Provolone: bert_m_b via Visualhunt.com / CC BY

Basil, mushroom, tomatoes and zucchini also from Visual Hunt

By | 2017-08-27T19:24:41+00:00 August 24th, 2017|breads, main dishes|0 Comments

About the Author:

Kristen Carson was born in Idaho. She has lived in Utah, Texas, Illinois and Pennsylvania. She currently resides near Indianapolis. She and her husband are the parents of four adult children. Carson's stories and articles have appeared in Chicago Parent, Indianapolis Monthly, and Dialogue: a Journal of Mormon Thought.

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