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MoM 06-01-2006 06:16 PM

What would you call this
 
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM

--
Helen in beautiful Fergus, Ontario Canada ~~ RVTOBFREE
www.mompeagram.homestead.com/



Doug Kanter 06-01-2006 06:26 PM

What would you call this
 

"MoM" wrote in message
. ..
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced tomatoes and tomato
sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic, basil, oregano and those anise flavour
seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Spaghetti sauce.



kevnbro 06-01-2006 07:01 PM

What would you call this
 
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced tomatoes and tomato
sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic, basil, oregano and those anise flavour
seeds.


2 lbs ground beef.


It's all simmering on the stove.


So is there a name for this?


MoM


Dinner? K


kevnbro 06-01-2006 07:36 PM

What would you call this
 
Yes, it's called "slop".

Mmmm! Slop!

And that's a compliment coming from projectile vomit chick... she's
accustomed to the piquant flavor of her own bile.
"Slop" to her is a culinary delight. Kev


Jo Ling 06-01-2006 07:44 PM

What would you call this
 
Spaghetti Bolognaise

"MoM" wrote in message
. ..
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced tomatoes and tomato
sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic, basil, oregano and those anise flavour
seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM

--
Helen in beautiful Fergus, Ontario Canada ~~ RVTOBFREE
www.mompeagram.homestead.com/




Bubba 06-01-2006 07:53 PM

What would you call this
 
MoM wrote:
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Supper!

--
You wanna measure or you wanna cook?

Wayne Boatwright 06-01-2006 08:03 PM

What would you call this
 
On Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:16:58a, MoM wrote in rec.food.cooking:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting a Sauce Bolognese.

--
Wayne Boatwright **
____________________________________________

Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974

MoM 06-01-2006 08:47 PM

What would you call this
 

"Wayne Boatwright" wrote in message
...
On Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:16:58a, MoM wrote in
rec.food.cooking:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting
a Sauce Bolognese.

--
Wayne Boatwright **


I didn't know what was in a Bolognese.

It turned out great!

We've been eating dinner around 2 because by 5:30 or later
I'm just not hungry.

MoM



MoM 06-01-2006 08:48 PM

What would you call this
 

"Bubba" wrote in message
...
MoM wrote:
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Supper!

--
You wanna measure or you wanna cook?


LOL!

MoM



MoM 06-01-2006 08:48 PM

What would you call this
 
Oh, ok.

"Jo Ling" wrote in message
...
Spaghetti Bolognaise

"MoM" wrote in message
. ..
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM

--
Helen in beautiful Fergus, Ontario Canada ~~ RVTOBFREE
www.mompeagram.homestead.com/






MoM 06-01-2006 08:51 PM

What would you call this
 

"Wayne Boatwright" wrote in message
...
On Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:16:58a, MoM wrote in
rec.food.cooking:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting
a Sauce Bolognese.

--
Wayne Boatwright **


I just looked it up on Epicurious and it shows milk in the
sauce. None in mine.

MoM



Nancy Young 06-01-2006 09:34 PM

What would you call this
 

"Bubba" wrote

MoM wrote:
I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced tomatoes and tomato
sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic, basil, oregano and those anise
flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?


Supper!


If not for the ground beef, substituting chicken, it would
be chicken cacchiatori at my house.

nancy



Sheldon 06-01-2006 09:51 PM

What would you call this
 

MoM wrote:
I'm making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.


Stop right there... Pantalones a la Puttanesca... doesn't get any more
italian than that! G

Sheldoni Linguinni


Melba's Jammin' 06-01-2006 10:02 PM

What would you call this
 
In article ,
"MoM" wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


MoM's Special Spaghetti Sauce.
--
http://www.jamlady.eboard.com, updated 1-3-2006, Sam I Am! and Hello!

Wayne Boatwright 06-01-2006 10:02 PM

What would you call this
 
On Fri 06 Jan 2006 01:47:54p, MoM wrote in rec.food.cooking:


"Wayne Boatwright" wrote in message
...
On Fri 06 Jan 2006 11:16:58a, MoM wrote in rec.food.cooking:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic, basil,
oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM


Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting
a Sauce Bolognese.

--
Wayne Boatwright **


I didn't know what was in a Bolognese.


No peppers but a couple of other things, including a bit of milk or cream.

It turned out great!


Then name it Spaghetti a la Helen!

We've been eating dinner around 2 because by 5:30 or later
I'm just not hungry.


Not a bad idea. Because of our different schedules, we don't get to eat
dinner until around 8:30 p.m. That's way too late in my book, but if we
want to eat together, that's what we have to do.

--
Wayne Boatwright **
____________________________________________

Give me a smart idiot over a stupid genius any day.
Sam Goldwyn, 1882-1974

Bob Terwilliger 06-01-2006 11:16 PM

What would you call this
 
MoM replied to Wayne:

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.


Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting a Sauce
Bolognese.


I just looked it up on Epicurious and it shows milk in the sauce. None in
mine.


Right. What YOU made was Alfredo Sauce. ;-)

Or was it Ground Beef Scampi?

Bob



Arri London 06-01-2006 11:35 PM

What would you call this
 


MoM wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM



Yes. It's English spaghetti bolognese.

Doug Kanter 06-01-2006 11:49 PM

What would you call this
 

"Bob Terwilliger" wrote in message
...
MoM replied to Wayne:

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

Except for the peppers, it sounded like you were starting a Sauce
Bolognese.


I just looked it up on Epicurious and it shows milk in the sauce. None
in mine.


Right. What YOU made was Alfredo Sauce. ;-)

Or was it Ground Beef Scampi?

Bob


Ground beef scampi???????? ROFL!!!! :-) You win a case of beer, somehow.



Pandora 07-01-2006 04:57 PM

What would you call this
 

"Arri London" ha scritto nel messaggio
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MoM wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM



Yes. It's English spaghetti bolognese.


Noo! In the bolognese there aren't anice seeds :)
Cheers
pandy



sf 07-01-2006 05:32 PM

What would you call this
 
On Sat, 7 Jan 2006 17:57:57 +0100, Pandora wrote:


"Arri London" ha scritto nel messaggio
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MoM wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM



Yes. It's English spaghetti bolognese.


Noo! In the bolognese there aren't anice seeds :)
Cheers
pandy

Yehbut ever worse, ground beef and fennel seeds?
--

Practice safe eating. Always use condiments.

MoM 07-01-2006 11:11 PM

What would you call this
 

"Pandora" wrote in message
...

"Arri London" ha scritto nel messaggio
...


MoM wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM



Yes. It's English spaghetti bolognese.


Noo! In the bolognese there aren't anice seeds :)
Cheers
pandy

What about basil? It's slightly anise tasting. BTW, I
crushed the few anise seeds I used.

MoM



Arri London 07-01-2006 11:48 PM

What would you call this
 


Pandora wrote:

"Arri London" ha scritto nel messaggio
...


MoM wrote:

I making a spaghetti sauce by the seat of my pants.

Onion, celery, carrot, peppers all chopped fine diced
tomatoes and tomato sauce plus salt and pepper, garlic,
basil, oregano and those anise flavour seeds.

2 lbs ground beef.

It's all simmering on the stove.

So is there a name for this?

MoM



Yes. It's English spaghetti bolognese.


Noo! In the bolognese there aren't anice seeds :)
Cheers
pandy


LOL that's why I called it 'English' spaghetti bolognese. No one from
Bologna would recognise it as such. But that's the common English
tomato-based spaghetti sauce; with or without anise.


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