Hurricane Sandy Sauasage and Peppers

When hurricane Sandy struck a neighbor had these two packages of sausages in her fridge, one hot and one sweet. So, to keep them from going bad (and we know how bad sausages can get when left on their own) I brought over one of my large pots, a couple red peppers, a couple green peppers, a couple of onions, a bottle of Duck Walk red, and a cheery disposition. And hour or so later and an extra neighbor with a pot of spaghetti and a delightful evening ensued.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Two packages of sausage
  • Two red bell peppers
  • Two green bell peppers
  • Two medium onions
  • One cup red wine
  • One tablespoon sea salt
  • One tablespoon oregano
  • One tablespoon basil
  • One teaspoon red pepper flakes

Slice the peppers and onions into strips. Combine all these items in a large stockpot over a low heat and wait about an hour and a half… serve with pasta and the rest of the wine.

What did you make after the hurricane?