By Lee & Lou Havlicek.
Lee & Lou Cook.
There’s no buts about it: it’s fall. And we’re excited. Good weather, good smells, good light, good food, good traditions. Blanket-piled movie nights and extra leaf-crunching runs have already begun. We’ve pumpkin picked. We’ve caramel apple eaten. We’ve leaf raked. We’ve started entertaining the idea of Halloween preparations. We’ve broken the seal and given our sweaters and slippers their first test runs of the year, and we’ve got to say, it feels pretty great.
One of the surest ways to get okay with leaving summer behind: our homemade Gnocchi with Butternut Squash, Pancetta, and Fried Sage. When the weather starts turning, we start turning to new foods. Deeper flavors, warm dishes, toasty and comforting textures all start sounding pretty delicious right about now.
You might be thinking, homemade gnocchi? I don’t have time for that kind of tasty but extraordinarily time-consuming insanity. But! Here’s a secret that you don’t have to tell your friends and family who will be oh-so-impressed by your handy-dandy gnocchi skills: it doesn’t take much time at all, and it takes even fewer special skills…
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