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Old 06-24-2014, 05:13 PM   #11
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Marinara sauce is always meatless.
However, Marinara sauce can be used to make a meat sauce, but then it's no longer Marinara.
I know perfectly well what marinara is and can make it in my sleep. So why, when I hear or see the word in print, do I always think of a seafood sauce ?
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Old 06-24-2014, 05:17 PM   #12
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Umm, You've said that several times now, but oregano belongs my spaghetti sauce, if not yours.
My recipe is 5th generation Sicilian, how about yours?
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Old 06-24-2014, 05:20 PM   #13
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I know perfectly well what marinara is and can make it in my sleep. So why, when I hear or see the word in print, do I always think of a seafood sauce ?
Probably because mare or maris is Latin for the sea or of the sea and frutti di mare is the fruit of the sea or seafood!
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Old 06-24-2014, 05:25 PM   #14
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Probably because mare or maris is Latin for the sea or of the sea and frutti di mare is the fruit of the sea or seafood!
Yes, probably. It's one of those sticker words though that won't leave you alone.
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Old 06-24-2014, 05:38 PM   #15
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My recipe is 5th generation Sicilian, how about yours?
Mine is first generation Chief Longwind fo the North, Yooper, and it tastes really, really good, with or without meat, or meatballs.

This cook, who learned from her Italian husband, swears by the recipe on her site - Homemade Marinara Sauce (Or as we Italians call it, Gravy!) | Real Food Girl, and uses both oregano and basil.

This thread wasn't supposed to be about the recipe. It's supposed to be about a time saving technique, and how you can re-purpose teh left-overs.

What's going on is as if I were to say, "my version of pancakes is the only true pancake. If you don't make it my way, then you are making flap jacks, or hot cakes, or any other similar dish, but not pancakes. After all, my pancakes come out like little cakes made in a pan.

Now isn't that just absurd; or is it? Hmmmm.

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My recipe is 5th generation Sicilian, how about yours?
Is your the one authentic marinara recipe?
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Is your the one authentic marinara recipe?
It is the one and only authentic SICILIAN marinara recipe.
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It is the one and only authentic SICILIAN marinara recipe.

So everyone in Sicly who ever made marinara throughout history made it exactly the same way. Good to know.
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Cabin Fever...everyone outside and get some fresh air.
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Old 06-24-2014, 09:31 PM   #20
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Cabin Fever...everyone outside and get some fresh air.
Do I get to eat ice-cold watermelon, and spit seeds at my sister, or drop a grape fizzy into a bottle of 7-UP and try to drink the foam without spilling it all over the grass. Do we get water balloons?

Aunt Pri-Fi, I want a hot dog. Can I go swimming now? Jimmy threw sand at me.

I wanna throw a girl in the river. Why can't I throw a girl in the river. Can I have more watermellon?

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