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June 24, 2013 / Andee Frizzell

Recipes

coinI had two stories I wanted to post this week so after much deliberation, careful analysis of the text and content I flipped a coin and chose this one. Hope you enjoy it.

While enjoying a bourbon sour with friends at the local patio a random (a name given to someone who is a total stranger but insists on joining in your conversation usually uninvited) piped in his opinion regarding blogs.

“All really successful blogs have recipes posted in them.”

“Recipes? For what? Cookies? Homemade beer? Success?” I asked.

“Yeah, any one of those.” He replied.

Well, since I don’t bake cookies or make beer in my basement and I think success is relevant to the individual, I thought I’d share my vegetarian spaghetti sauce recipe.

Things You’ll Need

One bottle of white wine preferably pinot grigio

2 pkgs of veggie ground round

2 jars of classico vodka infused spaghetti sauce

3 shallots 1 clove of garlic

A bunch of chopped celery

5 mushrooms

A handful of red hot chillie flakes

Salt and pepper to taste

In a large pot toss in chopped garlic and shallots over medium heat, drink half a glass of wine. Then toss in the mushrooms, also chopped, followed by the celery (or whatever veggie that needs to be eaten immediately from the fridge) then add the veggie ground round, drink the remaining half glass of wine, refill, let all the veggies and fake meat fry for about three minutes then add in sauce, chillies, salt and pepper to taste. Turn the heat down to low and simmer about twenty minutes. Finish bottle of wine while updating the playlists in your itunes.

Once your pasta is ready, add sauce then divide the left over vat into Tupperware and freeze for another time.

I like to call this ‘Fridge Cleaner Sauce’ but feel free to call it whatever you want. I think my Mom calls it ‘I’m not drinking alone I’m cooking Sauce.’

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  1. arcticgoddess / Jun 25 2013 12:31 am

    That’s my Friday night goulash…whatever meat, whatever veggies and lots of spices. Then hope no one needs a ride to the emergency room. 🙂

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