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i remember when i was little and loved to bake with my mom we used to get it all over the place because instead of baking and making stuff we were having food fights and wearing all the ingredients. t
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posted at 3/15/2010 7:19 PM EDT
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i remember when i was little and loved to bake with my mom we used to get it all over the place because instead of baking and making stuff we were having food fights and wearing all the ingredients. those were the happy times. Or when my mom used to teach me how to cook. although she taught me one thing and to this day i still cannot remember how to make homemade spaghetti sauce. hmmm any suggestions would be nice.

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posted at 3/15/2010 10:14 PM EDT
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What fun and what great memories. I hope you still have happy times baking and remembering how to mess up a kitchen. LOL

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posted at 3/16/2010 1:40 AM EDT
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Great story! If I were you, I would do an internet search for homemade spaghetti sauce, and copy a couple of them and then use the components of one or two (or even three) and make them your own. I would gladly share mine with you but I don't really measure anything so it's hard to write down my recipe. My sister wants to video me making it so it's on record for my sons to have because they love it. My oldest son just got married and all I can do is give a list of the ingredients without any amounts. My new daughter-in-law is a new cook and they live 7 hrs. away so I can't just pop-over to show her. A video, with a basket of all the non-perishable ingredients will make a nice Christmas gift for them next year. My younger son lives at home and has watched (and helped) me make it but he loves to cook. My sister is saving a copy of the video for when he gets married. Anyway, you have to start with some basic ingredients and make it your own. One tip I have, add some red wine(not sweet), not much, it breaks the acidity of the tomatoes and gives it a special flavor.

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posted at 3/16/2010 2:00 AM EDT
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That is a nice memory.

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posted at 3/16/2010 3:53 AM EDT
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For my simple spaghetti sauce I use 1 can (14 oz.) of stewed tomatoes, 1 can of tomato soup. Blend them well in the blender. Add 1 packet of spaghetti seasoning and 1 lb. cooked ground beef and onions. Mix with noodles and heat. This is what my mother taught me

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posted at 3/16/2010 7:40 AM EDT
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What fun

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posted at 3/16/2010 7:40 AM EDT
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What fun

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posted at 3/16/2010 7:40 AM EDT
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What fun

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posted at 3/16/2010 7:40 AM EDT
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What fun

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posted at 3/16/2010 10:32 AM EDT
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Happy and funny memories.

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posted at 3/16/2010 10:35 PM EDT
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fun

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posted at 3/16/2010 11:09 PM EDT
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Nice story

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posted at 3/17/2010 1:50 AM EDT
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Hi Tonya,
First, I saute onions and garlic. Then I use crushed tomatoes and tomato paste. If you only want enough for a dinner or two, use about 2 can of tomatos and 1 small can of paste. You should fill the paste cans at least 3 times with water. Add basil and salt and pepper. These are according to your taste. To cut down on the acid, add about a 1/4 cup of sugar. Let it cook all day. if you want meat sauce, add it with the onions and garlic. I make my meatballs and add them to the sauce as its cooking. I've added them raw and let them cook with the sauce and I've cooked them before adding them. Your choice. Good luck and have lots 'O fun.

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posted at 3/17/2010 3:52 AM EDT
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sounds like fun

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