Monday, July 4, 2011

It's time to start a new

Well I haven't visited the blog in apparently a year. So I thought I would check in and check up on my friends the Terra's like that is all that complicated since they live right next door. I also noticed that the Terra's had begun following my blog so I thought hell let's start blogging again. Today was an eventful day because I have decided that spending money that I could use for other things on take out cause I'm being lazy is a financial disaster. So I unpacked the cookbooks. Got out the pans and made a delicious leftover casserole called baked ziti. Recipe will follow. I have also decided to organize and get my life and my apartment back on track. An upcoming visit to my mothers house in Marion, KY will be the topic of the next blog which will ensue in delicious food made by both of us and laundry and of course the love and attention of a mother, mostly laundry just don't tell her. So Caio until we blog again.

Baked Ziti
If you made the spagetti sauce from last time then this will be easy.
Left over spagetti sauce
Some box prepared ziti til nearly done
mozzeralla cheese

That simple add the ziti that you boiled to direction till nearly done in casserole dish. Top with spagetti sauce. Stir. Top with cheese and bake in 350 degree preheated oven until cheese is golden brown and sauce is heated through and enjoy.

P.S. This goes great with beer. The beer I had was a Guiness so yeah yay beer.

Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Friends for Supper

Those of you who have been following my blog will notice that I posted about my grandmothers spagetti recipe so I have made this sauce overnight and my friends are expected to arrive around 7:30 and we are going to feast on cheeses, meats, wines, spagettie, and a fruit pie dessert. So pictures soon.

Monday, July 19, 2010

First Recipe

I was thinking about the first recipes that we learned as a child. Mine was Spagetti with my grandmother and it was delicious. I remember every week the smell of sauteing garlic and onions. The sound of tomatoes being squished and the taste of the perfect noodle. The memories of helping her make the noodles and make the sauce are ingrained to the point when I make that same sauce and those perfect noodles if I close my eyes the memories come flooding back.

Here is the recipe for you to try:
10 large summer tomatoes or 5 large hunts canned tomatoes
2 cloves of garlic
2 yellow onions
Italian Seasoning
Ground Chuck optional

Wash and Blend the tomatoes and begin to heat them in a stock pot. In a small pan chop and satue the garlic and onions. Then slap them into the heating tomatoes. Brown the ground chuck and drain. Add meat to the sauce. Add water like 3 cups. Three shakes of oregano and italian seasonings and then add a little sugar to taste. Let simmer and cook until the smell is intoxicating most likely 3 to 4 hours and serve with noodles. Don't forget the parmigan and bon apetit.

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