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Plum Catsup

Where does one draw the line between a catsup and a sauce? My personal definition is that if I want to dunk French fries in it, it’s a ca...

by Karen Solomon


Manhattan Clam Chowder

No one really knows who made the first clam chowder with tomatoes, the chowder known as Manhattan. New Englanders, mainly those from Mass...

by Arthur Schwartz


Tomato Sauce with Bacon and Hot Pepper

When this sauce is combined with pasta, most typically penne, the dish becomes penne all’arrabbiata, literally, “angry” penne, owing to t...

by Julia della Croce


Rustic Tomato Sauce

This is a chunky, pungent sauce, rustic in character due to its unsieved texture and the prominence of garlic. It goes well with both dri...

by Julia della Croce


Marinara Sauce

At Rao’s, we use our Marinara Sauce on all kinds of pasta, as well as a major component in many other dishes. Each morning, Annie Sausto ...

by Frank Pellegrino


Red Sauce Spaghetti with Bison Meatballs

Meatballs are traditionally made with three types of meat-beef, pork, or veal-but these leaner, less fussy bison meatballs are so flavorf...

by Lorna Yee


The Best Tuna Meatballs

Just about everyone I know is a fan of meatballs, so I thought I’d give you a recipe for these as they are something a little different. ...

by Jamie Oliver


Hunter’s Chicken Stew

Chicken cacciatora seems to be reasonably well known in Britain because it’s the classic pre-packed dish you find in Italian food ranges ...

by Jamie Oliver

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Tomato and Sausage Sauce with Saffron

It is characteristic of Sardinian cooking to add saffron to sauces, as in this recipe. Not only does the saffron add lovely flavor, but i...

by Julia della Croce



1. Heat oil in a large stockpot over medium-high heat. When hot, stir in onions, leeks, parsley, and thyme. Lower heat and sauté for abou...

by Frank Pellegrino


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