We return two classic pasta sauces to their original glory.
These two classic pasta sauces— puttanesca and Bolognese — appear on countless menus and in nearly every Italian cookbook. But as with most popular ethnic dishes, these Italian sauces have lost some a...
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In the time it takes to boil spaghetti, you can make this simple, gutsy sauce.
The meat should be first and foremost in this
complex sauce, but sweet, salty, and acidic
flavors should be present in the background.
What’s the best way to cook pasta?
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