from ruth van waerebeek’s "everybody eats well in belgium cookbook." a simple-to-make, delicious spaghetti dinner — and nicely different from the traditional spaghetti and meatballs. here, the thick sauce is loaded with vegetables and ground beef (or try ground turkey for a leaner version.) the gruyère cheese is worth the extra cost; it makes all the difference. i like the extra tabasco, too. i usually double or triple, and freeze the extra for another meal or two later in the week. this dish, a couple of bottles of wine, and some friends... you got yourself a nice, casual dinner party.
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