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Old 12-05-2018, 01:50 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by Rocklobster View Post
I never drain the pasta anymore..I always just take it out using a set of tongs or a spider strainer..this way I get to save the pasta water..I always make the sauce a bit runnier than one would eat it..the pasta will continue to absorb the liquid while it sits..just add a spoonful of pasta water every couple of minutes to keep it moist..
Yes, adding pasta water to whatever your "sauce" is will help the pasta and sauce bond. It has something to do with the starch in the pasta water.

I would also say that the kids should be "persuaded" to understand that food is best when freshly presented on the plate. In other words, get your little butts to the dinner table when the food is ready.

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