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Old 07-10-2014, 11:47 AM   #61
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Was the title of this thread changed?
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Old 07-10-2014, 12:25 PM   #62
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Was the title of this thread changed?
Though it's not specifically about sauce cooking technique any more, the title is still the same.

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Old 07-10-2014, 12:55 PM   #63
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Thanks for the reminder. I still have a half of personal size watermelon in the fridge. Something to pick at tonight. Too bad, it is seedless. No spitting battles tonight.
If it is a personal watermelon who are you having spitting battles with? No wait, I don't really want to know.

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Yer not surprised by a left turn in thread topic are you? At DC?
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Old 07-10-2014, 01:00 PM   #64
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...Yer not surprised by a left turn in thread topic are you? At DC?
Not at all. There was some earlier discussion about changing the title as the term marinara was thought to be misleading. I wasn't sure if it was changed.

It wouldn't be DC if we didn't wander off topic.
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Old 07-10-2014, 01:41 PM   #65
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Not at all. There was some earlier discussion about changing the title as the term marinara was thought to be misleading. I wasn't sure if it was changed.

It wouldn't be DC if we didn't wander off topic.
Whadaya talkin' 'bout, wanderin' off topic. Why one day in 6th grade, my teacher told me to stay on topic. Why I started talkin' about that topic and didn't leave my chair for four days. It was like a week long fillibuster in a congressional session, I tell ya. The topic was whether to use mustard or ketchup on a hot dog. Filling up 96 hours straight with non-redundant argument for one or the other option tasked even my skills. But to digress was not an option. No, I never go off topic.

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Old 07-10-2014, 01:42 PM   #66
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Whadaya talkin' 'bout, wanderin' off topic. Why one day in 6th grade, my teacher told me to stay on topic. Why I started talkin' about that topic and didn't leave my chair for four days. It was like a week long fillibuster in a congressional session, I tell ya. The topic was whether to use mustard or ketchup on a hot dog. Filling up 96 hours straight with non-redundant argument for one or the other option tasked even my skills. But to digress was not an option. No, I never go off topic.

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Whadaya talkin' 'bout, wanderin' off topic. Why one day in 6th grade, my teacher told me to stay on topic. Why I started talkin' about that topic and didn't leave my chair for four days. It was like a week long fillibuster in a congressional session, I tell ya. The topic was whether to use mustard or ketchup on a hot dog. Filling up 96 hours straight with non-redundant argument for one or the other option tasked even my skills. But to digress was not an option. No, I never go off topic.

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Whadaya talkin' 'bout, wanderin' off topic. Why one day in 6th grade, my teacher told me to stay on topic. Why I started talkin' about that topic and didn't leave my chair for four days. It was like a week long fillibuster in a congressional session, I tell ya. The topic was whether to use mustard or ketchup on a hot dog. Filling up 96 hours straight with non-redundant argument for one or the other option tasked even my skills. But to digress was not an option. No, I never go off topic.

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Marinara, Think about it? It is tomatoes, (fresh or canned) no meat, Italian spices, the fresher the better. You don't even have to cook it! Just heat it when you serve it! Blend seasoning, then cook over pasta or what ever. Not like your making "red" gravy, when you blend meat and flavor's for a long time (3 - 4 ) hrs. Its a basic sauce. When I eat it with calamari, I want it cold! What's the real question? How to make? Or how to serve?
It's just a tomato sauce.
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I never add meat to a marinara sauce.
Its a mother sauce.

I go easy on the herbs too. Since i am eventually going to make another dish with the marinara, I want a sauce that is accepting of more ingredients.
I agree and quit adding meat to sauces and serve meat balls or sausages on the side or set a sauté pan to the side of the stove and eat up with a little sauce from the pan. Sometimes I make several different types of pasta and let guests choose what they want. It's a little more work but enjoyable.
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