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    One way round th Maypole, certainly NOT suggestin that this here is Th Best One, [email protected]
    Last edited by Mr. Bones; October 19, 2021, 04:46 PM.

    #2
    I use my paternal Grandmother's spaghetti although I don't know how much my mother changed it. My Grandmother was born, raised, and died in MS, And she was born around 1880. The only thing she put in it that wasn't "Italian" was chili powder.
    I didn't like "real spaghetti" until I was an adult.

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      #3
      Our southern spaghetti was Chef Boyardee from a can. Didn’t know there was any other kind until I was a teenager.

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      • Mr. Bones
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        At least I was never subjected to Th Chef's Offerin, on accounta they costed money...we'uns had dried Generic Busketti noodles, canned maters from th root cellar, often onion an bell peppers to grace it, sometimes some rosemary, basil to Eye Tye it all up, Some, Kinda Proper, Like... Table Meat of th day was included, most often...
        Last edited by Mr. Bones; October 19, 2021, 08:07 PM.

      • smokin fool
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        Nothing like Chef boy o boy to make you hate Italian cooking.

      #4
      my southern spaghetti has more tomatoes, more pasta, hot Italian sausage, garlic, (no bacon ) and not casseroled, just had some, big on my face!

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      • Mr. Bones
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        Baselessly ASSumin yer gonna post us all up yer receipt?

      #5
      This recipe looks similar to one my mom called Goulash. It was a stew-like dish but there were no mushrooms or peas.


      Our family spaghetti sauce recipe allegedly originated from a Southern Living recipe decades ago but has evolved over time - quite a bit by me (I leave the Worcestershire sauce out as well as other changes/additions). It never had peas, mushrooms, or kidney beans.
      Last edited by 58limited; October 19, 2021, 07:34 PM.

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        My Ma's Goulash always had Lima beans,elbow mac, an other inclusions.... It was a Family Favourite...

      #6
      I would put it in my Traeger to give it a kiss of smoke.

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        #7
        I wouldn’t bother, if I’m making anything like this I would use different ingredients. I do enjoy Glen and Friends, and I like that he and Julie report both the hits and the misses.

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          #8
          While I would not make this, I liked the historical perspective he brings. For example, most folks do not know that tomatoes in recipes originated in the "New World", not Europe. I also enjoyed the pictures of the handwritten recipe pages. We have 3 small binders that have a number of these handed down from my mom and Syd's mom. Lots of little stains on them.

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            #9
            Forget the spaghetti for the moment, did you see that guy's dry aging locker ???? OMG to die for !!

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            • Richard Chrz
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              That did look pretty incredible.

            #10
            Yeah, that is one of those dishes that gets people all frothy on what is right, or wrong, classic or not. I knew that tomatoes were not part of the traditional culture, I did not know they would have thought it to be poisonous though. That is interesting. I just purchased myself another 2 cases of san marzanos. Which I likely go through very quickly. Now I want to make some red sauce. Something about an 8 hour reduction on hand crushed san marzanos and cool weather is just magical, especially how the house smells. I have gone from never hearing of a san marzano until a few years ago to now going through 6 plus cases of them a year.

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            Last edited by Richard Chrz; October 20, 2021, 10:27 AM.

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            • Richard Chrz
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              Mr. Bones I’m 5 hours in on a red sauce, house smells amazing..

            • Mr. Bones
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              Molto bene, Paisano

              Where ya sourcin yer San Marzanos?

            • Richard Chrz
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              Mr. Bones. I have found equal deals between Amazon and Walmart .com I use the Cento certified DOP brand of peeled whole.

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