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    I came up with this basic idea one night, and after a little trial and error, got it nailed down to this. I think it's excellent! It makes an impressive entree for a dinner party or holiday meal. It is important that you use a good riesling with this sauce. If you are not familiar with riesling, it is a sweet white wine, the best of which come from Germany. Be aware that a "late harvest" riesling may be too sweet for your tastes in this sauce. You may be able to substitute a Gewürztraminer or viognier, but I've never tried it. If using bacon instead of pancetta, do not use a flavored bacon, like maple - just plain old bacon. If you use milk instead of cream, expect your sauce to break. This isn't a low-fat recipe, but it is delicious!

    Recipe #459409

    I created this recipe one night when trying to use some leftover pepperoni. It was a big hit with my family - I hope it will be with yours, too!

    Recipe #336724

    This is quite cheap to make and easy to modify. Sliced sausage links can be used in place of the ground sausage for a different texture.

    Recipe #331981


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