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Unread 11-06-2009, 01:53 PM   #13
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Vinnys right with the addition of fresh basil AFTER the pie is cooked. Thats a must in my book. (but i still add some chopped to the sauce). Also some red pepper flakes if the mood calls for it. Whats good about the uncooked sauces is that you can make them in the amount of time it takes to heat the egg and stone.

Vinny.. I was taught that putting the tomatoes in a blender grinds the seeds and could give it a bitter aftertaste. Have u ever noticed and/or compared.? I never used the blender just based on moms words. I put it thru a collander or crush by hand. (or buy them already crushed)

And u folks that add sugar! c'mon.. sweaten it with some shreaded carrot if needed.. or vidalia onion.. not sugar!
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