Warm Pasta Salad with Sausages and Peppers; The Flood Run — 14 Comments

  1. Your pasta dish looks delectable. Exactly something I would LOVE to eat.
    I want to go to the flood run! That sounds like fun. Think of all the beer!

  2. What fun traditions / memories. I’ve never heard of a yuppie biker. Isn’t it against some law for a yuppie to ride a Harley?

  3. Wonderful story as usual and what a great alternative when grilling isn’t an option. Thanks for sharing with presto Pasta Nights.

  4. The recipe you have here looks divine. I love peppers and pasta. The simplicity is almost funny and the taste …oh la la.

  5. I know a few people who do the 100 mile garage sale and several Harley bikers who do the other.
    Never fear summer will arrive only too soon. Actually it has in Dallas where it’s into the hi 80’s most afternoons now.

  6. Emiline, it does look like fun, but it really has changed in the last 40 years…Now they have to work at looking tough..
    Lynn, one would think so, but apparently Harley’s are ‘the new black’
    Kel, I figure it’s my recipe – I can call it what I want ;-))
    Colleem, I’m trying to learn simple… sometimes… Maybe
    Tanna, know any with long gray pony tails?
    Ruth, I could have called it ‘Rainy Night Pasta’

  7. Ah, the bikers! What a great group of folks. Down here we have a poker run in the fall for a charity. Great event! And, oh the bikers! Sometimes I think the island will sink because there are so many of them!
    Yum on your pasta dish! Bet the worcestershire sauce gives it a nice kick! I need to try that!
    Lovely tulip! I hope spring returns soon, it will!

  8. Love the tales of life along the Mississippi! There’s no part of Rhode Island that could host a 100-mile event without leaving the state — but you could definitely find sausage and peppers along the way.

  9. Deb, I would guess you are a great destination of bike runs! All that lovely, flat highway!
    Kevin, they did turn out rather well (she says, humbly)
    Arfi, I have never even been on one – and both my son and sister have been bike rider/owners. No reason, just circumstance..
    Lydia, yeah, on the Mississippi you have drive a long way to cross to the other side…so to speak!

  10. I enjoyed this story about the bikers and their efforts~that must have been a sight to see all those bikes riding thru towns along the way!Funny, today we ventured up to Leesburg,Fl, where the bikers were out in full force. I rode on my first poker ride not too long ago. My hubby rides in honor of remembering the soldiers of wars who never return!There is always a great cause that the bikers support.You need to be be serving your peppers and sausage!

  11. Jann, they really do always seem to pick good causes. And it is a lot of fun seeing them all ride through town!