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Melanie

This is one of my family's favorite meals (though we do the sausages straight-up sans tomato sauce). My kids (9 & 6) love polenta! mmm, comfort food.

heather P

mmmmmm.....sausage and polenta. nothing beats a super creamy, chicken stocky, parmigiany batch of polenta.

thx so much for your recipe!

sarah

love the new design. love!

and i have yet to try polenta at home...

ann

The new look is beautiful. I'm so excited to hear that you will be posting more often on this site.

Kalyn

Hi There,
Fun to find your food blog. I have it on my list of blogs to add to my blogroll.

Kateri

Polenta is a tough one for me. I've made it twice - once stiffer for fried polenta (which tasted like oil, and not like what I imagined it would), and the other as the soft, creamy stuff. The first couple of spoonfulls I dug - but after that, my mind took over and told me that it was gross.

Actually, seeing it with sausage makes it look mighty appetizing. I bet the sausage will offset the creaminess really nicely.

Green

I just tasted polenta for the first time last Friday night. It looked like yellow Cream of Wheat, and it tasted good.

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