Last updated on March 29th, 2018
Travelers come in two varieties: pro-cruise and anti-cruise. Mr. Fox loves cruises and the day-trips to land they provide. I prefer to savor the flavor of a single destination. Who says opposites don’t attract?
Prior to our 2001 Mediterranean cruise, which offered four hours in Capri, six hours in Barcelona, two hours in Florence, and etc., Mr. Fox and I lingered for 3 whole glorious days in Rome. I fell lastingly in love with the city’s ancient piazzas, fountains, statuary, gardens, food, and wine. Rome was on my mind when I filmed this week’s recipe.
Rigatoni alla Salsiccia e Panna is molto delizioso! The rigatoni is cooked al dente, and lovingly sauced with sweet Italian sausage (“salsiccia”); heavy cream (“panna”), and fragrant rosemary. It’s a highly-perfumed dish that comes together in just 14 minutes.
Click the “play” arrow to watch me make this opulence, and to hear me repeatedly mispronounce the recipe’s name. And then, in the comments field below, let me know if you might try the recipe, which I originally discussed back in 2015. Also, please tell me if your ideal vacation involves a floating hotel. Are you pro-cruise or anti-cruise?
Here’s the printable: