SLIDE SHOW: A Farmers' Market Menu: 9 Recipes With Herbs

Baked Rigatoni With Eggplant, Sausage, and Basil

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It's true that vegetarian food that tries to be like meat will probably never be as good as the real thing, but this particular mock-meat gets pretty close—especially because it's cooked like actual sausage, allowing the flavors to mingle with the other ingredients. View recipe here.


A Farmers' Market Menu: 9 Recipes With Herbs
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