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    NJ, looks excellent and thanks for sharing.

    Rock yours looks ok also, sometimes you just wing it with what you have on hand. I'm surprised Rock did not use goat sausage still on the hoof......
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    Quote Originally Posted by NJCardFan View Post
    Because you simply do not know better.
    Actually, I know the difference between sauce and gravy.

    A tomato base is one of the five mother sauces, hence it is sauce, not gravy...despite what your Nonna says. ;)
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Actually, I know the difference between sauce and gravy.

    A tomato base is one of the five mother sauces, hence it is sauce, not gravy...despite what your Nonna says. ;)
    Real patriots call it gravy.
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    Americans.



    Rock, do you want a meat sauce or a marinara. What is this spaghetti sauce you speak of?
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    Quote Originally Posted by JB View Post
    Actually, I know the difference between sauce and gravy.

    A tomato base is one of the five mother sauces, hence it is sauce, not gravy...despite what your Nonna says. ;)

    A nonna from the boot would not call it "gravy" I have no idea how that got bastardized on this side of the pond.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
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    Rock, do you want a meat sauce or a marinara. What is this spaghetti sauce you speak of?
    I made a meat sauce and seasoned my goat and pork sausage to taste like Italian sausage, it turned out good but I'm open for more tips and recipes for my next batch, the tomatoes are growing good this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawkgirl View Post
    A nonna from the boot would not call it "gravy" I have no idea how that got bastardized on this side of the pond.
    They love gravy of any kind in Jersey. Ask SR. I use a tomato base for meat loaf. He wants gravy, brown gravy. When having meatballs as an appetizer, I've always used a tomato based sauce. He wants brown gravy. And on and on, think you detect a pattern.


    I call ham "ham". He calls it "red ham" and what I call a pork roast SR says"white ham".

    That must be the difference between the Midwest and NJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaintLouieWoman View Post
    They love gravy of any kind in Jersey. Ask SR. I use a tomato base for meat loaf. He wants gravy, brown gravy. When having meatballs as an appetizer, I've always used a tomato based sauce. He wants brown gravy. And on and on, think you detect a pattern.


    I call ham "ham". He calls it "red ham" and what I call a pork roast SR says"white ham".

    That must be the difference between the Midwest and NJ.
    There is just not something right about NJ.........

    White ham? How racist!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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