Homemade Buckwheat Pasta with Cabbage, Bacon, Brown Butter, and Sage

You wouldn't know it was June from what we've been eating around here. It's cold in the Bay Area this week. Creepily so. So Sunday night I figured why not test a recipe from the book that fits the "season"? Sorry about the heinous picture in bad light but I wanted to get down to eating and couldn't stand to make a fuss over the photo.


It definitely tasted better than it looks. Buckwheat noodles rolled and cut by hand, bacon bought from Prather Ranch, cabbage and onions browned in bacon fat. Sage fried in browned butter, all topped with Parm shards. I'm about to say something I'll regret that starts with a Y. So I'll just stop here. Oh Yeah a nice bottle of O' Reilly's Oregon PInot. Not only does the dog on the label look like Flynn, it's a tasty wine. 

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