Sunday gravy

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  1. puddin

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    I'm Italian.. was looking for healthy something i could digest.... love this Paisan. Prepping with beautiful glass of Malbec .So easy, so beautiful. enjoy Bellissima

     
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    I shouldn't be watching this when all I have is frozen pizza.
     
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    I can taste that looking at the pic... YUM
     
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    gravy is brown

    sauce is red

    ok let the debate begin :lol:
     
  5. Shuster

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    When we're talking Sunday Gravy, nothing beats good ol' SOS!!

     
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    I memorized the Sunday Sauce recipe from Dean Ween. Great sauce and meatballs and impressed quite a few people who never had bone in pork chops in their sauce before.
     
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    We’ve all seen enough mob movies to know when some big fat load with a shiny suit is dipping a piece of bread into the huge pot of tomato sauce on the stove , the only thing he is going to say is “Hmmmm , good gravy...”
     
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    I've only heard people from NJ call it gravy. I know Italians from NYC who would slap me in the mouth if I called it that.
     
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    Sunday Gravy is white milk chicken gravy with Janie’s fried chicken and mashed potatoes. Sweet potato pie is NOT optional.
     
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    Had southern buttermilk biscuits made from scratch this morning with cream/sausage gravy.

    Side of Johnsonville andouille sausage and snotty eggs. Covered in Tabasco in honor of Louisiana.

    Sauce is sauce and gravy is gravy. If it sticks to a spoon, it's gravy. Right?:twisted:

    I'm probably not going to argue of which is which.

    Carry on.
     
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    This isn't SOS as I know it. SOS is made with dried beef. Before he totally ruint it, that was plate of hamburger gravy. Only thing it needs salt and pepper, the bread it's sitting on and maybe a drizzle of honey.

    I must have had hamburger gravy twice a week...comfort food for me!
     
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    I was told that if it’s made with beef stock or bones, it’s gravy. If not, it’s sauce. Kinda makes sense to me.
     
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    The best misinformation always sounds like it makes sense:)
     
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    Everyone needs to shut up and eat.
     
  15. puddin

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    grazie..too funny.
     
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    I agree, that red tabasco sauce I would not put on!! I call that SOS, because it was on the menu in the mess hall in the Army every meal!! I love it, but truly comfort food. Now the chipped beef SOS, is not my thing?
     
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    My wife the Chef, learned to cook from a little Italian grandmother who made her own pasta and gravy. When it is simmered all day Sunday and then the left overs re heated and added to on Wednesday, then done again on Sunday, it’s Gravy. After all wife met a few Mafia soldiers at this time and helped grand mother to feed them. Wife said the men would make trash remarks about her food, she’d cuss them out with language that would make a sailor blush. They’d come back the next week and do it all over again.
     
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    No if your Italian - that’s gravy
     
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    in a few places in the U.S., red gravy. The term is used in New Orleans, definitely.

    Some folks in NOLA make a distinction; a tomato based sauce with no meat involved is a marinara; a tomato based sauce that uses some kind of meat during preparation - whether or not the meat stays in the sauce, is called red gravy.
    https://expo.nola.com/life-and-cult...cd1c32505/marinara-vs-red-gravy-new-orle.html

    sometimes, when you order a meatball sandwich there, they ask what kind of gravy you want. And they mean red gravy. Our esteemed colleague, @boris bubbanov probably could fill in the details more accurately than I can. I only lived over that way for 4-5 years.

    Not trying to stir up the white gravy, red-eye gravy, sausage gravy crowd, but red gravy does exist. Get over it or stay out of New Orleans, or Italy for that matter. Seems like it's just another way of describing a ragu sauce?

    However you want to describe it, I'm in! the video from the OP made me hungry. That's good stuff.
     
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    This looks like something from a 1950s sci-fi film that the police chief fires bullets into before it absorbs him
     
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