Beef chili served over spaghetti and garnished with kidney beans, raw onions, cheddar cheese and crushed oyster crackers. A Cincinnati favorite adapted from Michael Symon.
Whole garlic cloves are caramelized stove-top in an olive oil and butter bath until they turn a gorgeous shade of warm, golden brown all the way through to their very centers. The cloves are briefly simmered in tomato sauce then tossed with spaghetti and fresh basil before being served with Romano cheese.
Last winter was the first time I can remember ever eating Spaghetti squash. Mom and Dad both said they didn’t like it which is probably why I don’t have any memories of eating it. I’ve heard a lot of people claim that it tastes just like spaghetti. But I disagree. It’s a healthy and delicious alternative and it mimics spaghetti strands. But that’s as far… [Read more]
On Top of SpaghettiAll covered with cheese,I lost my poor meatballWhen somebody sneezed. It rolled off the tableAnd onto the floor,And then my poor meatballRolled right out the door!I always use a lot of Parmesan cheese on my spaghetti and meatballs, a habit I picked up when I was just a little girl. When I ate at my Grandparents I would use up all the… [Read more]