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April 30, 2006

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Gia

This simple dish sounds totally heavenly. I adore dishes with 3-5 ingredients. My favorite pasta sauce, tomato, onion, salt, oil and basil. To die for!

Alberto

Great choice Gia. As much as I loved eating the pasta above, nothing beats a simple spaghetti pomodoro made with great tomatoes... it manages to be both comfort food and soul stirring experience in one dish, if that's ever possible. But maybe it's just my Neapolitan influences ;-):

Nicky

This is one of my all-time favorite pasta dishes, one I could have every week ;) So easy and quick to prepare! For the refined version, I sometimes substitute the anchovies with crawfish...

Alberto

Nicky,

I am very intrigued by the refined version of yours. Do you just add some sauteed crawfish tails to the dish and leave the anchovies out? I'd love to give your version a try.

panasianbiz

I stumbled across your blog while I was doing some online research. I had to smile at the idea of how our grandparents made thriftiness a part of their daily lives. I'm not sure that becoming a disposable society versus a recycling one has been actual progress.

Alberto

panasianbiz, I'm not too sure of that either.

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