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Subject: Re: Spaghetti sauce Date: 9/16/2007 10:54 PM
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< I usually add sugar and butter at the end, to taste - Sugar can correct overuse of oregano, to a degree, and butter tends to mellow the overall sauce somewhat.>

Cool tip about the sugar! I like a buttery taste in just about everything - oh yeah - hold a dandelion under my chin!

I did put jalapenos in my sauce as well as onions and garlic. I love black olives, and can't believe I didn't think about adding it! Guess I was thinking all fresh ingredients from the garden.

Lots of things can be added when actually using the sauce. In the meantime I am proud of myself for getting my second canning ever done!

This week I am finally going to do the green pepper relish - quite a few large ones on the vine!


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