|If you have a lovely deck or garden patio, you’ve got a great reason to gather up friends for anything from tea or after-work wine and cheese to a restful lunch or dinner.
Since it’s springtime, for either lunch or dinner you can serve a bright, colorful and easy-to-make pasta dish that’s alive with fresh garden flavors, along with a green salad brightened with colors—orange grape tomatoes, blood orange segments and anything that catches your eye at the market.
Here’s a recipe for Pasta Primavera, a food fan favorite.
The recipe is from the Sable & Rosenfeld Elegant Entertaining Cookbook.
Pasta Primavera can be served hot or cold, with a crisp white wine or a light-bodied red.
And don’t forget crusty bread or garlic bread—worth the carbs!
Your garden doesn’t have to be elaborate;
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