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#16 beachbirdie

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Posted 24 July 2012 - 02:58 PM

In four years I have never thought of this. I'll run this by him and see if he'll eat if if the vegetables aren't all like CHEW US! Last night I had vodka sauce, I don't think he'd eat that if he had a gun to his head. <_< It was delicious!

Lots of good recipes, I'll probably try them one at a time and see how it all works out. He doesn't have anything medically wrong with his tastebuds, but there is definitely something wrong. I handed him a cherry tomato from my garden, little golden/orangish thing that was perfectly ripe and told him it was sweet as candy and to eat it. He spit it out and told me I lied. But they ARE sweet as candy, I haven't brought a single one in the house yet, I eat them all as I water my plants they're so good.

I could pretty much give garlic a light fry in some oil and eat it on pasta, he thinks I'm weird. I eat the garlic out of our dill pickles. There is literally no such thing as too much garlic. Well, except for the people I have to be around after I eat it. :P I'll probably go through the suggestions again and pick the one with the most garlic. :D


LOL! We love garlic at our house, go through 3 or 4 heads a week. Waiting for my homegrown to be ready to pick! I love to get the garlic-stuffed green olives and munch the garlic cloves with them!

But, the suggestion to puree the Clasico sounds pretty good!
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:30 AM

:ph34r: :blink:

Sacrilege !

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 05:57 AM

When I see a thread title like this....and then see Adalaide is the author, well I knew it was gonna be good. :lol:

Honey, if'n you were in my kitchen and I saw you even waving a ketchup bottle near my pasta sauce, I'd smack your hand and give you a stern talking to--and sent to your room without dinner.

Better not let Love2Travel see this "recipe".... :unsure: .....OMG, she'll faint dead to the floor. :blink:


( In re: your hub's taste buds and thinking foods taste bad?
I have a thought... when I was very ill before DX, I had this problem. And I am a super-taster, so it was perplexing and frustrating when I could not eat because things tasted awful.....I would spit out perfectly good food and tell my hubs it was "spoiled". I could not eat for a long time because of the metallic taste and severe burning in my mouth. Maybe your hubs has a vitamin deficiency? just a thought)
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 05:59 AM

Puree some of your Classico?



Classic response. The simple one. ;) yaay, Sora!

Hopefully, hubs will not "see the veggies".
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#20 love2travel

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 03:15 PM

When I see a thread title like this....and then see Adalaide is the author, well I knew it was gonna be good. :lol:

Honey, if'n you were in my kitchen and I saw you even waving a ketchup bottle near my pasta sauce, I'd smack your hand and give you a stern talking to--and sent to your room without dinner.

Better not let Love2Travel see this "recipe".... :unsure: .....OMG, she'll faint dead to the floor. :blink:

My husband just picked me up off the floor after fainting. ;) I didn't respond until now as I did not know what to say about the ketchup! :o I'll say this - if it happened in my house during the winter you'd be shoveling the driveway. :lol: My spaghetti sauce is as authentic and delicious as they come. It will bring tears of joy to your eyes. And it makes a large batch so you can freeze for later. If interested just say so and I'll post. :P
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:09 PM

Me too! I will post mine....but I suspect Love2Travel's sauce (or gravy, as the Italian Bostonians say) is similar to mine?
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:14 PM

Me too! I will post mine....but I suspect Love2Travel's sauce (or gravy, as the Italian Bostonians say) is similar to mine?

I'm sure it is. Does it have milk in it to plump up the ground beef and make it soooooooooooooooo succulent? Must make some soon! This is making me hungry (as per usual). :D
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:37 PM

I'm sure it is. Does it have milk in it to plump up the ground beef and make it soooooooooooooooo succulent? Must make some soon! This is making me hungry (as per usual). :D


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No milk....my meatballs have A SPLASH OF 1/2 AND 1/2 THOUGH
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"The strongest of all warriors are these two - time and patience." Leo Tolstoy

"If you want to lift yourself up, lift up someone else" Booker T. Washington

“If idiots could fly, the sky would be like an airport.”― Laura Davenport 

"Do or do not. There is no try. "-  Yoda.

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 04:59 PM

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Posted 25 July 2012 - 05:16 PM

At the risk of Love fainting again...
I had some God Awful pasta sauce made mainly with V8 juice. 30 years later, I still shudder at the thought! (insert green barfy guy here).
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 05:45 PM

At the risk of Love fainting again...
I had some God Awful pasta sauce made mainly with V8 juice. 30 years later, I still shudder at the thought! (insert green barfy guy here).

Deep breath - I'm ok. Isn't it incredible what food associations and memories we have from long ago? Both good and bad.
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Posted 25 July 2012 - 10:01 PM

Oh yes!! The stuff I was told was spaghetti as a child, that muck that comes out of the can - used to get served on toast for breakfast in the morning :blink: The joy upon arrival in London where there was a trattoria just around the corner from where I was living and the pure joy of discovering pasta and tomato sauces :D :rolleyes: :o not like your momma used to serve :ph34r:
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Posted 26 July 2012 - 09:15 AM

First, I agree with earlier sentiments about using a couple of teaspoons of the herbs, not tablespoons!

This reminded me of a memory from long ago, when my father would travel he hired a baby-sitter of sorts for me and my brother. Long story short, we wondered why her spaghetti sauce tasted funny. One day while she was making some, I tasted it and it tasted fine. Then she said something about having to add cinnamon (which she did), and then it tasted funny. That was her 'secret' ingredient, which imho does NOT belong in spaghetti sauce.
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Posted 26 July 2012 - 11:20 AM

At the risk of offending everyone else who has already posted recipes, I would love to have yours l2t. I mean, who here doesn't want your recipes for everything? Yeah yeah, I said I wanted easy but we all know that yours will be amazingly delicious and worth whatever effort it takes.

If I want pasta and there isn't a jar of sauce to be found in the house I'll find my garlic, flatten 8 or 10 cloves of garlic, give them a few seconds to start smelling good in a pan and throw in a can of fire roasted tomatoes and some basil. The fact that it's pretty much whole cloves of garlic and tomatoes keeps my husband far far far away. :lol: He's also like, garlic much? I'm like, well it was the rest of the bulb... I would have added more. He thinks I'm crazy.
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Posted 26 July 2012 - 03:58 PM

This is the real thing - bolognese sauce. My recipe is about two pages long to type so I looked for one that is quite similar. It is Mario Batali's version (with milk, IH!) and pancetta. It is also easier than my version. I make a big batch and freeze but you can easily half this. Some bolognese recipes use red wine, some white. I like white in this case but of course that is up to you. I also grate in some nutmeg (not already grated) for that elusive delicious flavour. Only a touch, though.
http://www.yummly.co...rk_2?servings=8
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