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This is brilliant. And what was that about a skunk's butt! That is hilarious.

Sarah - I agree, it is brilliant and about to become a regular. The leftovers are amazing too - I had some for lunch straight from the microwave so I say that with authority. As for the "skunk butt" ...that's hungry, right?

You are a smarty patootie for going with the pasta instead of the skunk butt! I bet it was nice to relax with the wine and the smell of the sauce simmering on the stove!

Lea - it was heaven on a plate. Funny how something so basic can taste so darn awesome!

This pasta sure does sound better than the skunk butt. One pot...what a concept! T was just asking if you could cook with spicy V8. I'll show him this recipe.

Lorraine - I just had the last of it for lunch and darn near had to arm wrestle Big Guy for the rights. He gave in gracefully however and finished the rest of the corn chowder. LOL

I love this idea, and it makes so much sense! When I worked in an Italian restaurant the pasta was always warmed in boiling water then put in the ragu pan and completely tossed through...so why not cook it with the sauce anyway...this is a must try for sure!

I agree it does make sense and the end result is really sauce with pasta instead of the other way around - which is OK by the resident carnivore. LOL

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