Polenta Sausage Egg and Cheese MuffinsUsing your favorite breakfast sandwich ingredients plus some polenta, make these polenta sausage egg and cheese muffins. You won't regret it!Italian Sausage Soup with TortelliniThis Italian sausage soup with tortellini is a one pot hearty meal. Serve with some crusty Italian bread and a full-bodied red wine on a cold winter day.Skillet LasagnaThis quick skillet lasagna recipe lets you have the savory saucy taste without all of the hassle. Plus, you only need one pot for dinner.Roasted Kale, Carrot, and Parsnip PizzaWinter is not the death of vegetation you assume it to be, so try our Roasted Kale, Carrot, and Parsnip Pizza with Ricotta Cheese and Chicken Sausage. If you’re trying to eat seasonal, there are reasons to welcome winter in with open arms...and ready pizza crusts. Reach for these root vegetables, and leafy greens like hearty kale. Roast them in the oven and pair with fresh herbs and ricotta cheese for a fresh and healthy winter pizza.Broccoli Rabe, Sun-dried Tomato and White Bean PizzaBroccoli Rabe, Sun-dried Tomato, and White Bean Pizza on Polenta Crust with Al fresco Chicken Sausage - yum! Who says pizza has to include bread? Remember what we said about flexibility being a key characteristic of pizza? Well, that goes for changing things up. For this recipe, we created a polenta crust with fresh herbs, topped with bitter broccoli rabe, sweet sun-dried tomatoes and meaty white beans. Garnished with a few shavings of salty Pecorino cheese and crunchy pine nuts, this pizza leaves nothing wanted...not even the bread. Best of all, it’s gluten free!Sausage StuffingOn Thanksgiving, the turkey is always accompanied by traditional stuffing. And while it's hard to mess with a classic side like that, we've altered the usual ingredients just so to create something a little more savory. Our Sausage Stuffing is unique, tasty, and has just enough flavor to boldly stand out.Kale and White Bean Soup with SausageThis garlicky soup is a snap to pull together, and most of the ingredients are basic pantry staples. The whole thing is ready in about an hour, but the soup’s complex flavors belie the quick cooking time. You can serve it as soon as the kale is tender, but letting it sit for an hour and then reheating gently makes it even better (wait to add the lemon until just before serving). Crusty cheese toasts make an excellent accompaniment.