a family staple. i am not sure how the ladies before me (mom, grandma, et cetera...) would feel about me making this recipe public, but the world needs to enjoy this. this marina sauce runs through my blood. this marina sauce is the reason i needed to learn how to cook for myself... i could not live without it simply because my ladies passed away! the "tomatoe" spelling is from my mother's hand-written recipe card where she wrote down the recipe as my grandma tina taught it to her. i will post the recipe exactly as i found it and add the little changes i made to it in parentheses. please feel free to double or triple this recipe, freeze it for later, to send to family or anyone else who needs a little food affection (this sauce = love) - excellent on pastas, ravioli, on pizzas for italian bread dipping... whatever else you would like to do with a delicious marina sauce!
one of the great things about chili is all the interesting ingredients that different people put in it. this is a delicious chili that i found in a garage sale cookbook that was falling apart. i saved the recipes that looked good to me and this was one of
for daredevils who enjoy the throat-scorching flavor of hot chilies! the first two ingredients are to make an ample amount of the jalapeno vodka, and the rest of the ingredients will make about 2 drinks. (preparation time does not include jalapeno vodka
years ago, in finer times, the california pizza kitchen website listed their recipes for pizza dough and tomato sauce. unfortunately they've long since removed that particular content, but not before yours truly could write down the recipe. fair warnin
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