We’ve all got a lot going on this winter and the cold weather doesn’t make it any better, so why not warm the belly and the soul in one stop? Soup is always the answer. It’s warm, tasty and it puts a smile on your face bigger than the presents you received on Christmas.
Autumn is the perfect time to add a new recipe to your collection. For the party organizers among us, soon enough the holidays will bring visitors into our homes.
This year, why not show off your culinary prowess? You can treat your out-of-town guests to a Northwest meal from Bellevue’s John Howie Restaurants, fixed in your very own kitchen.
Chef John Howie has a mouthwatering recipe for Zucchini Linguine, a variation on the pasta dish that takes advantage of the harvest season.
Zucchini has a mild flavor and a smooth texture. Harvested in June through October it is one of those wonderful fall vegetables that makes a great dish for the family.
Howie’s recipe replaces traditional pasta with the squash itself, sliced into long and thin noodles.
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