I am in love with ragu. Shall I marry it?
I made this ragu recently for lunch, and my eldest son says to me: “mom, this is the only thing I am willing to eat the rest of my life.” His way of saying: make it again and again and again and again and again… in perpetuity. Now THAT is a compliment.
More from Talk of Tomatoes:
Sure you have to wear green so you won’t be pinched. I used to throw in a bright green hair ribbon when I was little, and I think we pinned on clovers more than once. Why not give green to your food too? Or greenify your kids’ lunches or get in the spirit during dinner?
Foodwhirl friend Talk of Tomatoes sends us the lovely idea for Bacon Week! Grilled food is always fun, and as Janelle points out, there’s nothing wrong with grilling in the winter.. I have been told—even chastised—for not heating up the grill in the dead of winter.
We are all about the Basics here at Foodwhirl… Part of becoming a great cook is mastering the go-to recipes that you can then change up and give your own spin. Janelle at Talk of Tomatoes has a recipe for basic tomato sauce that looks fresh and inviting!
Have you written up a great recipe that we should know about? Suggest it to us, and maybe you’ll be in the spotlight, too!