Sep 28, 2009 Pasta with Sausage and Sage Sausage and sage give penne pasta a hearty flavor, and the addition of just a little cream at the end makes the sauce rich but not too heavy. By Source: Amanda's Cookin' Main Course Pasta Pork Tomato American Italian Fall Spring Winter Saute Easy Recipes 5 Reviews Save Recipe Print Email View gallery Enlarge Credit: Amanda's Cookin' Because my sausage is not from the store, but rather the farmer, it's not as lean as most. So while there's no step in the written recipe to drain off the fat, I had to do that.Get the Recipe from Amanda's Cookin' Save Recipe Print Email More from Saveur.com Fried Finger Food Recipes Holiday Appetizers Comforting Winter Soups Steak on the Grill Root Vegetables Related Links Recipes Sage and Brown Butter Pasta Macaronia me Loukanika ke Tiri (Pasta with Sausage and Cheese) Garganelli with Peas and Prosciutto Penne Rigate with Smoked Salmon Ziti with Sausage, Mushrooms, and Cognac Onion Sausage and Beans Sweet Sausage and Broccoli Rabe with Cranberry Beans Penne with Cabbage and Sausage Photos 3 Pasta Tips Ratings & Reviews (5) by firstname.lastname@example.org on 2009-10-08 I absolutely hate your new internet set up - I cannot print out any recipes - ones listed from another site make you print out pages and pages of their text to get the recipe - and when I click on print on your site for a recipe you have listed all I get is one page - no recipe but a picture of the dish - a waste of time. by email@example.com on 2009-10-12 Re: Amanda's Penne with Tomato Sage Sausage Sauce Where's the tomato SAUCE in the list of ingredients? It's not listed. Only mentioned in the ingredient list is 2 14-0unce cans of diced tomatoes. Tomato SAUCE is called for along with the 1/2 cup of heavy cream. How much tomato sauce? If Saveur is going to offer recipes please be sure they can be printed out in a type size that is readable and includes ALL ingredients. Nix having to print out all the pix of the steps in making the dish. Other than that... Amanda's recipe sounds like one I would like to try. Jane in Virginia (firstname.lastname@example.org) October 12, 2009 by SugarApple on 2009-10-12 I have to disagree with the previous two reviewers. I think it's fantastic that Saveur is showcasing recipes by food bloggers. A lot of bloggers (myself included) are keen cooks who want to share recipes, stories, cookbooks and other info of interest to the online community. But we're not necessarily technologically advanced enough to have all the bells and whistles of a big, expensive site. And I can always use the cut and paste keys if there's anything I really want to print and keep. I say keep it up and thanks Saveur! by dafoxfl on 2009-10-14 Using Firefox browser you can print any portion of a web page. Simply select the text and pictures you want with your cursor --> File --> Print ... then in the "Print Range" area, pick "Selection". Easy. As to Saveur linking to food blogs, this is less a problem for experienced cooks that are better able to spot editing issues or worse. Personally, I buy cooking magazines because the recipes are "peer reviewed," tweaked, and tested. Blogs and other online recipe sites, not so much, at least at the time of their publication. I'm paying for consistency and maybe a little something I can't get anywhere else. by amandascookin on 2009-10-14 Hi this is Amanda :) I thought I would clear up the question about the sauce. I reread my post and can see why it would be confusing. I skipped the step of dumping the pasta back into the pasta pan and then adding the tomato/sausage mixture (referred to as the sauce). Instead, I just left the tomato "sauce" in the pan and dumped the pasta into it, then added the cream. I do apologize for the confusion. If you copy and paste the recipe into a text editor (Notepad) it will eliminate all the photos and you can print it that way. Thanks for the nudge though, working on printer friendly version. Saveur - thank you so much for including me, I am very grateful :) Your Comments Please log in to leave a comment. Not a member yet? Sign up here. User Name * Password * Forgot your user name or password?