This post is part of series where I–or someone–will cook each recipe in Cooking with Your Friends, the cookbook compiled by the Friends of the Haverford Township Free Library, and review it.
The crockpot finds a permanent home on the kitchen counter beginning in autumn. There’s just something comforting about returning home to the smells of dinner; there’s a magic to food bubbling away while you are out all day.
I was delighted to find a recipe for crockpot sausage and peppers from Eileen Cosgrove. It was a snap to prepare.
My husband was pleased with the rich gravy that the sausage, peppers and onions simmers in. He ate his with bread–in fact, he called it a sausage sandwich in bowl. I ate mine with polenta but it could easily be served with rice or pasta. I love the consistency of slow cooked onions. They maintain their snap, but lose their sharp flavor.
A fabulous fall meal!