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Quick and Easy Tomato Sauce

Homemade tomato sauce can be better than most anything you can buy in a store. It’s easy to make and since it uses canned tomatoes, you don’t have to worry about them being in season.

This recipe is based on a recipe by Mario Batali and is great on pizza.

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7-Up Glazed Carrots

Back in the 1970s there was a prime rib chain called Lord Charlie’s that had the best glazed carrots. I asked them how they cooked their carrots that made them taste so good. They told me the secret ingredient: 7-Up. More than 30 years later I found a recipe from Alton Brown for glazed carrots and was able to adapt it to recreate the Lord Charlie’s recipe.

Note: The easiest way to cut 1/4 slices of carrot is to use a food processor with the medium (6mm) slicing disk. If you don’t have a food processor, a mandolin will work.

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Napa Rose Cabernet Mushroom Sauce

This is a recipe from the Napa Rose Cooking School I attended at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel last May. Although the only meat in it is the veal stock, it has a meaty and earthy taste that goes well with any cut of beef as well as potatoes and mushrooms.

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