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Old 05-05-2008, 03:31 AM   #961
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I like alfredo sauce.
You, I like.

I also like white pizza. Thin crust, alfredo sauce instead of tomato sauce, and mozzerella cheese. Delicious
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I thought we were going to Shittlehope?
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Me too.

My family makes the best Fettuccine Carbonara. I know, that makes it sound like we're some humble and traditional Italian family, which is a bold faced lie.
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You, I like.

I also like white pizza. Thin crust, alfredo sauce instead of tomato sauce, and mozzerella cheese. Delicious
With chicken too?
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Me too.

My family makes the best Fettuccine Carbonara. I know, that makes it sound like we're some humble and traditional Italian family, which is a bold faced lie.
No one in my family likes alfredo sauce but me.
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i forgot tomato on pizza and sundried tomato dip!

i love excessive amounts of pasta sauce: marinara, marinara full of veggies and meat, alfredo, pesto, pesto mixed with marinara.....
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I used to do it a lot, but now I'm sort of sick of it. Depends on what it is. There used to be this tomato pasta sauce you could buy in shops with pancetta and vinegar in it, which was divine.

However, nothing is worse than too little pasta sauce.
Oh, yes, too little pasta sauce sucks. That's why I go a little overboard with my napoli sauce on the gnocchi, because I'd rather be left with a bit of the sauce than a few pieces of gnocchi and no sauce to enjoy them with.

I've never liked any store-bought pasta sauces that I've tried. Though my cop-out to store-bought-ism is buying tins of diced tomatoes rather than doing it myself.
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I thought we were going to Shittlehope?

i do love shittlehope, but i've got another one i'd like to visit
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Oh, yes, too little pasta sauce sucks.
This is true. Too much >>>>>> too little.

Dry pizza with hardly any sauce is just awful.
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I've never liked any store-bought pasta sauces that I've tried. Though my cop-out to store-bought-ism is buying tins of diced tomatoes rather than doing it myself.
For those of us who don't do it ourselves, Classico is a great brand here in the states.
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I also like white pizza. Thin crust, alfredo sauce instead of tomato sauce, and mozzerella cheese. Delicious
Can't say I've tried that. But my home-made pizza is nearly swimming in tomato and barbecue sauce. Yes, tomato AND barbecue. I couldn't decide which I liked more, so I put them both together. It works. I used to use tomato paste and barbecue sauce, but tomato sauce is cheaper than tomato paste and I find the final result tastes almost the same.
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No one in my family likes alfredo sauce but me.
I love alfredo sauce.
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Can't say I've tried that. But my home-made pizza is nearly swimming in tomato and barbecue sauce. Yes, tomato AND barbecue. I couldn't decide which I liked more, so I put them both together. It works. I used to use tomato paste and barbecue sauce, but tomato sauce is cheaper than tomato paste and I find the final result tastes almost the same.
I've had bbq chicken pizza before and it was magnificent. Never had both, though.
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