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post #21 of 32
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Originally Posted by Moikel View Post

That's the style I ate in Italian houses,sauce on the pasta for starter,then the meat as the main with greens & potato. Bit of a lucky dip as to what you pulled out of the pot but it would be a cheaper cut. It's real cookery ,little old nonna's in my 'hood cranking it out every day.

Yep...it's my grandma's and mom's "Sunday/holiday gravy" that I'm always trying to replicate. Like you said... Whatever was cheap at the time.. Neck bones, ribs, chuck, hot and sweet sausage meatballs,sometimes lamb stew meat. It changed each time but still had that rich meaty flavor that was so familiar. Never any kind of poultry though. Never thought to ask them about that. Reminds me of my childhood and now that I do most of the cooking for family holidays I'll make it sometimes and sometimes just when friends are family are coming over. We usually go pasta and meat all together but when I was a kid at grandma's, I remember the meat being another course like you mentioned.
post #22 of 32
Now that sounds really fun, soft, and sensational!

Moreover, Foamheart's description of a "Preacher's visit dinner" was downright precious and entertaining!

Food is such epic fun and these threads are so enjoyable! Such a great place!

Cheers! - Leah
post #23 of 32
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Originally Posted by Leah Elisheva View Post

Now that sounds really fun, soft, and sensational!

Moreover, Foamheart's description of a "Preacher's visit dinner" was downright precious and entertaining!

Food is such epic fun and these threads are so enjoyable! Such a great place!

Cheers! - Leah


Leah Thank You for the point and the kind words,Foam does come out with,some clever remarks.

post #24 of 32
Stuck a pork neck dish in Leah's thread over in wino's.its actually a beer dish but she won't mind.
post #25 of 32

Yes, add anything into my threads as the more the merrier and I love learning from everyone and seeing other things and other ways to cook! Fantastic stuff!

post #26 of 32

Thanks for sharing this Richie. As you know I ran with this last Thursday after reading your thread.

Another successful cook I got done because I found it on here. I love this place.

 

TW

post #27 of 32
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Originally Posted by Tumbleweed1 View Post
 

Thanks for sharing this Richie. As you know I ran with this last Thursday after reading your thread.

Another successful cook I got done because I found it on here. I love this place.

 

TW

TW Thanks I seen that post and have to get back to it.Thanks for the point

Richie

post #28 of 32

A year or so late to the party! Looks tasty Richie! Nice smoke!

 

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post #29 of 32
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Originally Posted by dirtsailor2003 View Post
 

A year or so late to the party! Looks tasty Richie! Nice smoke!

 

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Case you can never be late just delayed LOL Thanks for the point I appreciate it

Richie

post #30 of 32

I thought about smoked neck bones this week. I had a large pan of mustard greens boiling and wondered why I was out. If you ever think of it, try curing then smoking some neck bones. As good as cured smoked hocks any day of the week!

post #31 of 32
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Originally Posted by Foamheart View Post
 

I thought about smoked neck bones this week. I had a large pan of mustard greens boiling and wondered why I was out. If you ever think of it, try curing then smoking some neck bones. As good as cured smoked hocks any day of the week!

I have a pot of Baby Lima I started yesterday for todays dinner,threw some small rib pieces in for flavor Yummy

Richie

post #32 of 32

What a brilliant use of a different cut!

 

Disco

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