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“The sugo is made of roasted eggplant, ground roast walnuts and tomato sauce.”
“Dipped in the house sugo, which is a bit chunkier and less sweet than most similar tomato sauces, they were even better.”
“If you want to decrease the amount of fat, you can consider roasting it in the oven instead like I did in an earlier eggplant sugo recipe.”
“Ovenbaked macaroni with eggplant sugo and feta « Were rabbits”
“Just when I wrote about the Carrot and Peanut sugo this week, I happened to find another great vegetarian sugo recipe in a newspaper around here.”
“All the best! on February 27, 2009 at 12: 21 pm | Reply Ovenbaked macaroni with eggplant sugo and feta « Were rabbits”
“Hmm. Two quarters of the box (divided crosswise) are taken up by spelt pasta gratin with mushroom sugo and cheese, broccoli, carrots, a fishy with vinegar in one remaining quarter, and tiny grapes, half a zebra cookie, and some tangerine in the other.”
“Entrees include Maine lobster, skate wing and filet of beef, but the lunch crowd would do well with the gnocchi with crab and sea urchin ($23) or the Agnolotti with veal parcels, butternut squash and black truffle sugo ($23), the most popular item at lunch.”
“Does it really matter if you don't peel tomatoes, for a sugo or ratatouille, say?”
“Try the Tajarin to start -- hand cut pasta with five-hour pork sugo and porcini mushrooms.”
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