A case for sausage

Link up with the world's oldest convenience food

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Merguez Sausages with Scalloped Potatoes

Creamy potatoes are a great foil for spicy sausages ― and you get only one pan dirty.

James Carrier

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Sometimes, convenience food can be a good thing. Sausages, one of the oldest such foods, bring vibrant flavor to simple cooking. More and more sausage makers in the West have been producing high-quality links. We like to use fresh ones in slow-cooked dishes, such as merguez with scalloped potatoes. Fully cooked sausages make a natural cornerstone for a quick ragout with all the flavor of a long-braised stew.

Recipes:

Merguez Sausages with Scalloped Potatoes

Sausage and Artichoke Ragout

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