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Summer’s Sassy Sauce

Tweet This bold sauce is similar to pesto, as it’s the same consistency and requires no cooking. Made with a fruity extra-virgin with a peppery finish and two types of tomatoes, sun-dried and fresh cherry tomatoes, this thick sauce can be used as a spread to liven up any sandwich or tossed into pasta. This […]

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Fresh Tomato & Herb Sauce

Tweet This traditional recipe has been passed down from generation to generation by Pellegrino Artusi, gastronome (a connoisseur of good food) and author of Science in the Kitchen and The Art of Eating Well, published in 1891. Use only the freshest  and finest quality ingredients for the best results. Artusi suggests straining the sauce but, I prefer […]

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Simple Tomato Sauce

Tweet My grandmother made two kinds of tomato sauce. Sunday’s sauce, which was used for spaghetti and meatballs (we ate this every Sunday for years) and a simple sauce for dishes such as, macaroni and peas, pasta alla Norma and melanzane alla Parmgiana. Sunday’s sauce was always made in the same enormous pot that simmered on the […]

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