Success of the Month: Pasta
I didn’t read through my recipe for veal and pork ragù, and
after I’d started cooking, I realized the sauce needed to simmer
for two hours! In a panic, I hopped on to rachaelraymag.com
and found a great 30-Minute Meal for Veal and Olive Ragù with
Pappardelle. It was delicious, and no one knew that I hadn’t
spent all day cooking!
—HOFS TRAKIT T Y23 (via rachaelraymag.com)
Mess of the Month: Sauce
PASTA, IS TOCKPHOTO.COM.
My pasta sauce called for ²⁄³ cup olive oil, but I only had half that
on hand, so I substituted the rest with blood orange-avocado oil.
What a big mistake! The oils had completely different textures.
The pasta had too much citrus flavor and the sauce was really
—BENEDIC T426 (via rachaelraymag.com)
we talk back We applaud any and all kitchen experiments, but agree that strongly
flavored oils should be drizzled atop steamed veggies or mixed into vinaigrettes—not
used in tomato sauce. Lesson learned!
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