This dinner was actual winner and it wane together in about 30 minutes start to plate. I used some fresh pappardelle, which cooked up wonderfully tender, you can usually find it in the refrigerator section of the grocery store. The fresh rosemary gives a wonderful pine-like flavor, and the chili flakes give just a bit of heat and dimension to the dish.
I had some asparagus to use up, and a little green on the plate always dresses things up. It was a tasty pairing.
My husband generously brought up a half bottle of burgundy to compliment the meal. The 2015 Nuits Saint Georges, Premier Cru, was a treat! The Pinot Noir wine paired perfectly with the mushrooms, the rosemary, and the sauce. Lovely!
Here is the link to this wonderful recipe from @familystylefood, I think it’s definitely one for the recipe file!