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    Gravy and Meatballs

    Dib's
    Sun Feb 24, 2013 7:34 am
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    Sunday Gravy. It's a tradition with some Italian families, as is the recipe.
    So what is "gravy"? It's sauce. A rich tomato sauce with meat that has been slow cooked for hours and hours, using the best Italian tomatoes, fresh herbs and spices (fresh garlic over bottled), and alotta LOVE.

    My step-mother is Italian American. She starts her sauce no later than 8 in the morning, she uses the same exact pot every time, as well as the exact brands of tomatoes and paste, cuts of meat and "The" recipe she was given from her father, who came to America from Italy. It doesn't vary. Ever. Not even the meatballs, which are tender and flavorful.

    What's your "gravy" story? But more importantly......what's your favorite recipe?
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