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Olive Garden promises Cheaper Food, More options.
NBC News ^ | 28 Feb 2013 | by Isolde Raftery

Posted on 03/01/2013 7:11:20 AM PST by US Navy Vet

Fret not, Olive Garden lovers: The “endless” breadsticks aren’t going away.

But new management has big changes in store for the casual dining chain, which touts family-style Italian food and has struggled with declining sales.

The chain's president, Dave George told investors on Tuesday the changes include creating a new logo and toning down its the “Old World Style," the Tuscan-style stonework and wooden archways that have been a signature part of Olive Garden restaurants since 2000.

"You're not going to see stainless steel showing up tomorrow in a Tuscan Farmhouse," George said, according to the Orlando Sentinel.

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Yet ANOTHER Reason NOT to Patronize "Olive Garden".
1 posted on 03/01/2013 7:11:28 AM PST by US Navy Vet
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To: US Navy Vet

Haven’t gone there since Her Royal Large Hind Ass Moochelle fiddled with their menu.


2 posted on 03/01/2013 7:14:35 AM PST by laweeks
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To: US Navy Vet

More options? Like squiggly pasta instead of flat?............


3 posted on 03/01/2013 7:15:51 AM PST by Red Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL back......................)
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To: US Navy Vet
It's funny... my wife loves Olive Garden, but having been there and having eaten what they serve, I find that I could have as good a meal at home at a tenth of the cost... or as good a meal at another restaurant at half the cost. I'm just not impressed by bread, salad, pasta, and vin ordinaire at the prices they charge.

Now Macaroni Grill I can like.

4 posted on 03/01/2013 7:16:19 AM PST by Oberon (Big Brutha Be Watchin'.)
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To: laweeks
The “endless” breadsticks aren’t going away.

And neither are the endless chest pains from too much cholesterol.............

5 posted on 03/01/2013 7:17:33 AM PST by Red Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL back......................)
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To: US Navy Vet

There are better Italian restaurants. I have a Mom and Pop Italian restaurant a block from my house that serves real Italian food at a good price. Why would I want to go to some phoney corporate restaurant?


6 posted on 03/01/2013 7:18:32 AM PST by fatnotlazy
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To: US Navy Vet

Cheaper? It was already one of the cheaper ‘sit down dining’ options out there. Any cheaper and you are getting into IHOP territory. Not exactly a high-end place.


7 posted on 03/01/2013 7:18:59 AM PST by mnehring
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To: Oberon

Their food couldn’t get much cheaper...........OH!, you mean THE PRICE!...................


8 posted on 03/01/2013 7:19:09 AM PST by Red Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL back......................)
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To: US Navy Vet

Maybe they will follow JC Penny’s lead.


9 posted on 03/01/2013 7:19:32 AM PST by SengirV
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To: fatnotlazy

Scenes From An Italian Restaurant Lyrics
Artist: Billy Joel
Album: Turnstiles

A bottle of white, a bottle of red
Perhaps a bottle of rose instead
We’ll get a table near the street
In our old familiar place
You and I,face to face

A bottle of red, a bottle of white
It all depends upon your appetite
I’ll meet you any time you want
In our Italian Restaurant.

Things are okay with me these days
Got a good job, got a good office
Got a new wife, got a new life
And the family’s fine
We lost touch long ago
You lost weight I did not know
You could ever look so good after
So much time.

I remember those days hanging out
At the village green
Engineer boots, leather jackets
And tight blue jeans
Drop a dime in the box play the
Song about New Orleans
Cold beer, hot lights
My sweet romantic teenage nights

Brenda and Eddie were the
Popular steadys
And the king and the queen
Of the prom
Riding around with the car top
Down and the radio on.
Nobody looked any finer
Or was more of a hit at the
Parkway Diner
We never knew we could want more
Than that out of life
Surely Brenda and Eddie would
Always know how to survive.

Brenda and Eddy were still going
Steady in the summer of ‘75
when they decided the marriage would
Be at the end of July
Everyone said they were crazy
“Brenda you know you’re much too lazy
Eddie could never afford to live that
Kind of life.”
But there we were wavin’ Brenda and
Eddie goodbye.

They got an apartment with deep
Pile carpet
And a couple of paintings from Sears
A big waterbed that they bought
With the bread
They had saved for a couple
Of years
They started to fight when the
Money got tight
And they just didn’t count on
The tears.

They lived for a while in a
Very nice style
But it’s always the same in the end
They got a divorce as a matter
Of course
And they parted the closest
Of friends
Then the king and the queen went
Back to the green
But you can never go back
There again.

Brenda and Eddie had had it
Already by the summer of ‘75
Fromhe high to the low to
The end of the show
For the rest of their lives
They couldn’t go back to
The greasers
The best they could do was
Pick up the pieces
We always knew they would both
Find a way to get by
That’s all I heard about
Brenda nd Eddie
Can’t tell you more than I
Told you already
And here we are wavin’ Brenda
And Eddie goodbye.

A bottle of red, aa bottle of white
Whatever kind of mood you’re in tonight
I’ll meet you anytime you want
In our Italian Restaurant.


10 posted on 03/01/2013 7:21:15 AM PST by Red Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL back......................)
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To: Oberon
Let me say a kind word about OG. I have gotten many ideas for yummy meals, including some luscious crepes as a kind of pasta, from OG. Tried making their short ribs...would love their recipe. Went home and cooked it. One meal is really two-- I take home half in a box for lunch the next day.

If I were OG I'd start some cooking schools out of their restaurants!

11 posted on 03/01/2013 7:24:19 AM PST by Mamzelle
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To: US Navy Vet

I ate at O.G. once, that was it for me. I argued with the waitress that she had brought me a child’s portion.


12 posted on 03/01/2013 7:26:16 AM PST by Graybeard58 (_.. ._. .. _. _._ __ ___ ._. . ___ ..._ ._ ._.. _ .. _. .)
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To: US Navy Vet

Maybe Olive Garden can serve up some of that jumped shark?


13 posted on 03/01/2013 7:26:16 AM PST by GBA (Here in the Matrix, life is but a dream.)
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To: US Navy Vet

I like the bread sticks and salds at Olive Garden but their menu is abaout as authenticly Italian as my Aunt Bridget O’Rourke. Their food’s just bland to my taste. Bust I don’t see how they can make their menu less expensive. I don’t think they have a single entree over $20.00. But all that being said...unless I have a gift card or some other very compelling reason, when I want Italian I make it myself or go to one of my favorite mom and pop Italian restaurants.


14 posted on 03/01/2013 7:26:33 AM PST by pgkdan ( "Those who hammer their guns into plows will plow for those who do not." ~Thomas Jefferson)
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To: US Navy Vet

I’ve never eaten at an Olive Garden. No real desire to see what I’m missing.


15 posted on 03/01/2013 7:27:25 AM PST by fattigermaster (Train for life in prison because they are stacking the bricks and setting the bars around you.)
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To: US Navy Vet

Yuck! Any Italian who eats there should turn in his Pisano card.


16 posted on 03/01/2013 7:27:25 AM PST by LibWhacker
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To: US Navy Vet

The Omaha, Lincoln, Des Moines area has The Pegetti Works(spagworks.com/) MUCH better food and each is family owned and operated(We like the Ralston, NE location best(no Omaha Food tax))!


17 posted on 03/01/2013 7:30:54 AM PST by US Navy Vet (Go Packers! Go Rockies! Go Boston Bruins! See, I'm "Diverse"!)
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To: US Navy Vet

I haven’t been THERE for YEARS.

It is incredible the amount of salt they put in EVERYTHING!

They could use half as much and it would still be TOO salty!


18 posted on 03/01/2013 7:30:54 AM PST by SMARTY ("The man who has no inner-life is a slave to his surroundings. "Henri Frederic Amiel)
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To: US Navy Vet
If you want GREAT Italian food, find a Carrabbas!

It's always good, it's affordable, and I believe the owners are conservatives.

19 posted on 03/01/2013 7:33:13 AM PST by Slump Tester (What if I'm pregnant Teddy? Errr-ahh -Calm down Mary Jo, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it)
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To: US Navy Vet

I MEAN SPEGETTI WORK(damn fingers).


20 posted on 03/01/2013 7:33:36 AM PST by US Navy Vet (Go Packers! Go Rockies! Go Boston Bruins! See, I'm "Diverse"!)
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To: Red Badger

Try the veal, it's the best in the city.

21 posted on 03/01/2013 7:34:02 AM PST by dfwgator
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To: LibWhacker
Yuck! Any Italian who eats there should turn in his Pisano card. I agree with you, but isn't it paisano?
22 posted on 03/01/2013 7:37:55 AM PST by needmorePaine
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To: dfwgator

Take the canolli.............


23 posted on 03/01/2013 7:38:26 AM PST by Red Badger (Lincoln freed the slaves. Obama just got them ALL back......................)
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To: US Navy Vet

Salt Sugar Fat: How the Food Giants Hooked Us

by Michael Moss

4.35 of 5 stars 4.35 · rating details · 55 ratings · 36 reviews

From a Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter at The New York Times comes the explosive story of the rise of the processed food industry and its link to the emerging obesity epidemic. Michael Moss reveals how companies use salt, sugar, and fat to addict us and, more important, how we can fight back.

In the spring of 1999 the heads of the world’s largest processed food companies—from Coca-Cola to Nabisco—gathered at Pillsbury headquarters in Minneapolis for a secret meeting. On the agenda: the emerging epidemic of obesity, and what to do about it.

Increasingly, the salt-, sugar-, and fat-laden foods these companies produced were being linked to obesity, and a concerned Kraft executive took the stage to issue a warning: There would be a day of reckoning unless changes were made. This executive then launched into a damning PowerPoint presentation—114 slides in all—making the case that processed food companies could not afford to sit by, idle, as children grew sick and class-action lawyers lurked. To deny the problem, he said, is to court disaster.

When he was done, the most powerful person in the room—the CEO of General Mills—stood up to speak, clearly annoyed. And by the time he sat down, the meeting was over.

Since that day, with the industry in pursuit of its win-at-all-costs strategy, the situation has only grown more dire. Every year, the average American eats thirty-three pounds of cheese (triple what we ate in 1970) and seventy pounds of sugar (about twenty-two teaspoons a day). We ingest 8,500 milligrams of salt a day, double the recommended amount, and almost none of that comes from the shakers on our table. It comes from processed food. It’s no wonder, then, that one in three adults, and one in five kids, is clinically obese. It’s no wonder that twenty-six million Americans have diabetes, the processed food industry in the U.S. accounts for $1 trillion a year in sales, and the total economic cost of this health crisis is approaching $300 billion a year.

In Salt Sugar Fat, Pulitzer Prize–winning investigative reporter Michael Moss shows how we got here. Featuring examples from some of the most recognizable (and profitable) companies and brands of the last half century—including Kraft, Coca-Cola, Lunchables, Kellogg, Nestlé, Oreos, Cargill, Capri Sun, and many more—Moss’s explosive, empowering narrative is grounded in meticulous, often eye-opening research.

Moss takes us inside the labs where food scientists use cutting-edge technology to calculate the “bliss point” of sugary beverages or enhance the “mouthfeel” of fat by manipulating its chemical structure. He unearths marketing campaigns designed—in a technique adapted from tobacco companies—to redirect concerns about the health risks of their products: Dial back on one ingredient, pump up the other two, and tout the new line as “fat-free” or “low-salt.” He talks to concerned executives who confess that they could never produce truly healthy alternatives to their products even if serious regulation became a reality. Simply put: The industry itself would cease to exist without salt, sugar, and fat. Just as millions of “heavy users”—as the companies refer to their most ardent customers—are addicted to this seductive trio, so too are the companies that peddle them. You will never look at a nutrition label the same way again.

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15797397-salt-sugar-fat


24 posted on 03/01/2013 7:38:34 AM PST by Hotlanta Mike ("Governing a great natiorn is like cooking a small fish - too much handling will spoil it." Lao Tzu)
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To: dfwgator
Does Olive Garden have the old-fashioned toilet, with the box and the chain thing?

I don't wanna come out of Olive Garden with just my breadstick in my hand.
25 posted on 03/01/2013 7:39:22 AM PST by needmorePaine
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To: dfwgator

would be nice if they had veal.. hate driving sixty to eighty miles for good veal... Some, though not all, of Johnny Carino’s locations, and all Gondolier locations have veal.. Moochelle Obama needs to keep her grubby hands off our restaurant menus.. But for that matter the seafood alfredo used to be shrimp and crawfish (everywhere not just gulf coast), then sometime in 2005 they ditched the crawfish for scallops...


26 posted on 03/01/2013 7:40:26 AM PST by Schwaeky (The Republic--Shall be reorganized into the first American EMPIRE, for a safe and secure Society!)
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To: SMARTY

” It is incredible the amount of salt they put in EVERYTHING!

They could use half as much and it would still be TOO salty!”

***

The last time I was at OG, I told the server that I’m on a restricted sodium diet and asked if the chef could cook my meal without added sale. I was politely informed that OG has some set formula or recipe for their food items, from which the chefs aren’t permitted to deviate.

Now my neighborhood Italian restaurant cooks to order, so if I ask for no added salt, I get no added salt. Actually, I’ve been there so many times, I don’t have to ask anymore.


27 posted on 03/01/2013 7:41:23 AM PST by fatnotlazy
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To: US Navy Vet

I love Olive Garden!!! I try to get our family there at least once a month. For the food that you get, it is cheap. I guess everyone just wants to eat at McDonald’s. Outback and Olive Garden are my families favorite! Hopefully Olive Garden continues on forever.


28 posted on 03/01/2013 7:43:37 AM PST by napscoordinator
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To: US Navy Vet

I’ve been to a few different Olive Garden locations, although it’s been a long time since I’ve been to any. At least back then, the differences between locations was huge — get the right place, and the food was quite good for the price.

I’ve seen the same with other chain places like Red Lobster. Some locations are quite good, others... not so much.


29 posted on 03/01/2013 7:44:17 AM PST by kevkrom (If a wise man has an argument with a foolish man, the fool only rages or laughs...)
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To: US Navy Vet

“Olive Garden promises Cheaper Food”

Honey Boo Boo-style “Sketti” coming to an Olive Garden near you!


30 posted on 03/01/2013 7:48:29 AM PST by Boogieman
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To: needmorePaine

No, that was TGIFriday’s and I think those have been gone for years.


31 posted on 03/01/2013 7:56:14 AM PST by Wiser now (Socialism does not eliminate poverty, it guarantees it.)
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To: US Navy Vet
I have eaten at Olive Garden 3 or 4 times and have never enjoyed the meal.

By the way their house red wine is absolutely horrible.

Who knows maybe their cheaper fair will be better than their older menu. I will say you won’t find me there trying to find out.

32 posted on 03/01/2013 7:59:12 AM PST by Pontiac (The welfare state must fail because it is contrary to human nature and diminishes the human spirit.)
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To: US Navy Vet

In this tough Obaconomy... people want more food for the buck.

People aren’t eating out much because its expensive.

You can find gourmet frozen food in the grocery store for a fraction of what you’d pay for it in a restaurant.

Bertolli beats Olive Garden! No wonder its struggling.


33 posted on 03/01/2013 7:59:26 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives In My Heart Forever)
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To: US Navy Vet

Why do failing restaurants think changing the decor will bring back customers?
The truth is restaurants fail because someone got the bright idea to start dicking around with the food.
Too many places and products have been “improved” right out of existance.
Are you listening Olive Garden?


34 posted on 03/01/2013 8:00:08 AM PST by Wiser now (Socialism does not eliminate poverty, it guarantees it.)
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To: LibWhacker

“Any Italian who eats there should turn in his Pisano card.”

It is Paisano, not Pisano.

Takes out Bic lighter.
Your card please.....


35 posted on 03/01/2013 8:00:14 AM PST by buffaloguy
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To: US Navy Vet
Oh goodie, Olive Garden, the company that supported Obamessiah in the election and bent over to kiss Obamessiah's and his wife's bum to support the wookie food Nazi's food regulations is coming out with even CHEAPER, low quality FROZEN, made in a factory, overpriced TV microwave dinners "made to order".

Olive Garden, the chain that puts the "Yu" in the word "YUCK".

If you support Mrs. Wookie food Nazi's food policies go to Olive Garden. If you want real food, go elsewhere and avoid OG like the plague.

36 posted on 03/01/2013 8:04:29 AM PST by Jmouse007 (Lord deliver us from evil, in Jesus name, amen.)
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To: US Navy Vet

I was so disappointed when they took the Chocolate Gelato off the dessert menu.


37 posted on 03/01/2013 8:05:29 AM PST by eCSMaster (Palin was correct!)
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To: US Navy Vet

I have always liked Olive Garden but I stopped going several years ago. I am not sure why. Probably because the nearest one was about 60 miles from home.

The food has always been good for a mass market restaurant that tries to please many people and I have always liked it.

I cooked up some fettucine the other night that had the best tooth I have ever tasted. It was out of this world.


38 posted on 03/01/2013 8:07:10 AM PST by buffaloguy
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To: Hotlanta Mike

Lmao, my grandma and my mom also used salt, sugar, and fat to “hook us”. The local bakeries and delicatessens have been doing it for centuries. If you want to blame someone, blame the irresponsible consumers, not the producers making perfectly legal products which are completely non-harmful if used appropriately. Otherwise, by equating salt, sugar, and fat to addictive drugs, you are ultimately calling God the biggest drug pusher of all, since we can’t live without consuming those substances He invented.


39 posted on 03/01/2013 8:07:47 AM PST by Boogieman
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To: fatnotlazy
There are better Italian restaurants. I have a Mom and Pop Italian restaurant a block from my house that serves real Italian food at a good price. Why would I want to go to some phoney corporate restaurant?

The Italian-American community in Southern California is rather small, so real Italian restaurants are hard to find. However, Lomeli's, in Brea and Redondo Beach, serve good, authentic Italian food, as does the Eastside Market, which is owned by an Italian family and is located in LA, just north of Downtown and west of Chinatown.

40 posted on 03/01/2013 8:08:37 AM PST by Fiji Hill
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To: Slump Tester
If you want GREAT Italian food, find a Carrabbas!

Not the two I've been to. One in Cary, NC and one in Canton, OH. Both left me, and in the case of the Canton location, my family wanting.

41 posted on 03/01/2013 8:10:47 AM PST by Vinnie (A)
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To: Boogieman

Your grandma made processed foods for mass consumption? Who would’ve known...


42 posted on 03/01/2013 8:12:04 AM PST by Hotlanta Mike ("Governing a great natiorn is like cooking a small fish - too much handling will spoil it." Lao Tzu)
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To: Vinnie

Sorry to hear that. We have a great one in Columbus Oh. Never a bad experience in the 4 years we’ve been going there.


43 posted on 03/01/2013 8:14:13 AM PST by Slump Tester (What if I'm pregnant Teddy? Errr-ahh -Calm down Mary Jo, we'll cross that bridge when we come to it)
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To: needmorePaine
Isn't it paisano?

Sì! Hai ragione!

44 posted on 03/01/2013 8:16:26 AM PST by Fiji Hill
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To: needmorePaine; buffaloguy
Oops, you're right. Here's my Paisano card, buffaloguy, lol!

Hey, what do I know? I'm only part Italian. Never could be a made guy. But I know what scrumptious Italian food tastes like since I've eaten some of it and Olive Garden ain't it! Never has been. Never. Will. Be. imo. Especially now that they've gotten this hare-brained idea that they'll attract more lovers of Italian cuisine by using cheaper ingredients. Bleah!

45 posted on 03/01/2013 8:16:26 AM PST by LibWhacker
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To: US Navy Vet
..my wife and I ate there on a gift card the other day--for the last time

bad service, mediocre food at best

Calling OG Italian food is like calling Taco Bell authentic Mexican Food

No Darden restaurants for us...

46 posted on 03/01/2013 8:17:44 AM PST by WalterSkinner ( In Memory of My Father--WWII Vet and Patriot 1926-2007)
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To: US Navy Vet

If you want to make some great sauce quickly:

Get your favorite sauce, pour into pan for heating.
Pour in a good deal of red wine (do not use cooking wine)
Add fresh chopped garlic

Simmer until the sauce is back to sauce consistency.

Taste. Add garlic and more red wine to taste (this is the fine tuning phase)

Serve over Fettucine cooked only to the point of toothiness.

You can thank me later.


47 posted on 03/01/2013 8:18:23 AM PST by buffaloguy
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To: Jmouse007
I can tell you for certain that the frozen part you speak of is true. I ordered Lasagna the other day and it was frozen in the middle. I walked out!
48 posted on 03/01/2013 8:18:42 AM PST by StayoutdaBushesWay (Every man dies, but not every man really lives.)
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To: buffaloguy

“toothiness” WHAT IS THAT?


49 posted on 03/01/2013 8:19:56 AM PST by US Navy Vet (Go Packers! Go Rockies! Go Boston Bruins! See, I'm "Diverse"!)
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To: Pontiac

To me, O.G. is Chuck-E-Cheez with added oregano, higher prices & prententious waiters with pepper mills.


50 posted on 03/01/2013 8:22:15 AM PST by elcid1970 ("The Second Amendment is more important than Islam.")
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