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Julia A.

Hot Italian Sausage Pasta

I think pretty much 100% of people agree that you can't go wrong with Italian sausage and pasta. This recipe is great for whipping up a quick dinner on a weeknight that also tastes like restaurant quality. It has the perfect amount of spice from the Hot Italian Sausage that's combated with mild creamy tomato sauce and the perfect bite of al dente pasta. My favorite sausage to use in this recipe is hands-down Logan's Hot Italian Sausage. Not only is the flavor delicious, but it also has no preservatives, nitrates, or MSG. The sausage is made from high quality...

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Sarah E.

Cheesy Salvadorian Pupusas with Chorizo

One of my all-time favorite foods from Central American cuisines would have to be pupusas. Pupusas are flatbread pockets of corn masa dough that can be stuffed with a wide variety of fillings, and then lightly fried on a griddle. They are like a heavenly hybrid of crispy empanadas and chewy tortillas. In fact, I loved pupusas so much after trying them at a restaurant that I learned to make them myself.These authentic Salvadorian cheesy pupusas with chorizo are easy to make and SO delicious. After stumbling across Logan's Salvadorian Style Chorizo, I was super inspired to try this recipe!...

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Jonathan R

Choripán: Grilled Argentine Chorizo with Chimichurri

First of all, what is Choripán? Choripán is an extremely popular South American streetfood with origins in Argentina, the name coming from it's main two components: Chorizo and Pan, or bread in English. The type of bread used is usually crispy, like a baguette. Choripán is also typically topped with chimichurri, which adds a nice pop of freshness and zest to the dish.This recipe is a quick and easy alternative to hot dogs or burgers, and it's been my new go-to on the grill this summer after discovering Logan's Mild Argentine Chorizo. Before I found this brand, it was almost...

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Mattie DC Foodies

Giant Food + Logan Sausage

Giant Food recently launched a new "Local Produce Box" where you can get a box of various seasonal local produce delivered to your doorstep for $20! You don't know exactly what's in it until it arrives, so I added a few other supplemental things to my order that I knew I needed and could use to make a meal out of. Since I know I would be covered in the produce department, I also added in a few varieties of locally made Logan Sausage so that no matter what I got it would pair well. My box included tomatoes, bell...

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