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Old 08-09-2008, 12:26 AM   #41
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me & my brother used to make sketti & clams, too. delish, i say!
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Old 08-09-2008, 12:27 AM   #42
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Thanks, Maverick, my family loves it.....lower fat I would think, too
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Old 08-09-2008, 12:28 AM   #43
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if you're gonna do a fish thing, try frying a little anchovy paste or minced anchovy with your garlic before adding the sauce. you can't taste the actual anchovy, but it adds another one of those levels of deliciousness.
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Old 08-09-2008, 12:30 AM   #44
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if you're gonna do a fish thing, try frying a little anchovy paste or minced anchovy with your garlic before adding the sauce. you can't taste the actual anchovy, but it adds another one of those levels of deliciousness.

bucky, you're so very right. kinda like pasta puttanessca.
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me & my brother used to make sketti & clams, too. delish, i say!
what a nice bro!!! Can I borrow him sometime???
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Old 08-09-2008, 12:31 AM   #46
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Bucytom,

That sounds absolutely yummy.........will do....thanks :)
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what a nice bro!!! Can I borrow him sometime???

he's yours!!!
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I make a store bought spaghetti sauce much better by adding a package of dry spaghetti sauce mix and canned diced tomatoes, Italian flavored . For my meat I cook ground beef and breakfast sausage using ether hot or sage. It makes a very good spaghetti
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Old 01-31-2009, 04:45 PM   #49
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I make a store bought spaghetti sauce much better by adding a package of dry spaghetti sauce mix and canned diced tomatoes, Italian flavored . For my meat I cook ground beef and breakfast sausage using ether hot or sage. It makes a very good spaghetti
I do the same as you (Jimmy Dean sausage if I don't use clams or shrimp) and some red wine, some dried onions and fresh garlic..........a little sugar if necessary and mushooms and some dried Italian herbs........other than that I don't doctor it at all
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I do the same as you (Jimmy Dean sausage if I don't use clams or shrimp) and some red wine, some dried onions and fresh garlic..........a little sugar if necessary and mushooms and some dried Italian herbs........other than that I don't doctor it at all
Oh yes, it has to be Jimmy Dean!!!! I had forgotten the surgar, same here. I find the dry spaghetti mix give me all thay Italian flavors.

That is actually what I am about to cook for dinner. Asked the rommate what he wanted between spaghetti or homemade pizza. He wants spaghetti.
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