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    It's Sunday-Anybody Making Pasta?

    *MessyPessy*
    Sun Apr 24, 2005 11:05 am
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    Ok, I'll admit it- I can't get away from making pasta and sauce on Sunday. Today I'm making ragu with sausage, homemade bread. I have get my butt down to the Italian deli and get some fresh mozzarella and some good stuff for a salad. Just can't seem to break this tradition but it's so good!
    Kim D.
    Sun Apr 24, 2005 4:55 pm
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    I almost always make spaghetti on Sunday. The step-kids have come to expect it and are upset if I stray from the usual Sunday dinner. I normally start it in the morning and let it simmer all day. However, I ran errands all day, so DH is making pizza for tonight. yummy.gif
    *MessyPessy*
    Sun Apr 24, 2005 5:06 pm
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    Kim D. wrote:
    I almost always make spaghetti on Sunday. The step-kids have come to expect it and are upset if I stray from the usual Sunday dinner. I normally start it in the morning and let it simmer all day. However, I ran errands all day, so DH is making pizza for tonight. yummy.gif


    Nothing like spoiling the loved ones with homemade sauce and pasta. It becomes the automatic Sunday dinner. Enjoy your homemade pizza, Yum!
    Richard-NYC
    Sun Apr 24, 2005 9:48 pm
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    I made gravy with enough leftovers for a meatball sandwich for lunch during the week--as well as enough sausage and gravy to top a pizza on Friday!
    Kim D.
    Mon Apr 25, 2005 10:00 am
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    Richard wrote:
    I made gravy with enough leftovers for a meatball sandwich for lunch during the week--as well as enough sausage and gravy to top a pizza on Friday!


    You're a very smart man Richard! icon_wink.gif I make extra meatballs and sauce too for lunches. But, I never thought about extra sausage for pizza! yummy.gif Do you make your own sausage too? DH makes his own, but hasn't in a very long time! icon_evil.gif I think I need to start bugging him about it! icon_twisted.gif icon_lol.gif We can't buy good Italian sausage here in Houston. Can you believe we have no Italian Markets here! icon_sad.gif
    Richard-NYC
    Mon Apr 25, 2005 12:17 pm
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    Kim D. wrote:
    Richard wrote:
    I made gravy with enough leftovers for a meatball sandwich for lunch during the week--as well as enough sausage and gravy to top a pizza on Friday!


    You're a very smart man Richard! icon_wink.gif I make extra meatballs and sauce too for lunches. But, I never thought about extra sausage for pizza! yummy.gif Do you make your own sausage too? DH makes his own, but hasn't in a very long time! icon_evil.gif I think I need to start bugging him about it! icon_twisted.gif icon_lol.gif We can't buy good Italian sausage here in Houston. Can you believe we have no Italian Markets here! icon_sad.gif

    Kim, I don't make my own sausage, but do get really good homemade stuff from my local pork butcher!
    You start bugging DH!! icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif icon_lol.gif
    yak67
    Tue May 03, 2005 1:42 pm
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    SUNDAY SAUCE IS THE BEST, I ENJOY MAKING IT FOR THE FAMILY, WITH MEAT BALLS, SAUSAGE, PORK RIBS AND A PC. OF BEEF, AS IN A SMALL ROAST. COOK UNTIL PORK FALLS OFF THE BONE, SERVE WITH HOMEMADE PASTA, ITALIAN BREAD AND A WONDERFUL SALAD. WHO COULD ASK FOR ANYTHING MORE! icon_rolleyes.gif
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