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  • No more than me cooking the most superlative spaghetti bolognaise is going to make a bolognaise-hater change their palate.

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  • Munch on cavetelli pasta with bison bolognaise or poached egg with brioche toast, mushroom ragout and sweet corn hollandaise sauce as an appetizer, and then move on to the entree.

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  • We were supposed to be making spaghetti bolognaise, and Mrs. Molloy told me off for not draining the water before I added the tinned tomatoes.

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  • Simmered for hours, and wow the beefy and tomato taste - best actual bolognaise and not a mixed sauce I've ever had.

    February 19th, 2007

  • Tonight I made a lovely vegetarian bolognaise with pasta while listening to Radio 4.

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  • Time to slow cook that bolognaise, time to let the ribs sit, time to figure out how to move beyond this limiting, broken meat that hurts when it breaks.

    Clear Desk, Clear Mind, Clear Start

  • So the mince is now turned into bolognaise (very healthy version too - no excess fat whatsoever and none of that ready made bolognaise sauce rubbish) and is happily simmering.

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  • Last night stayed at the boyfriend's - he cooked chilli bolognaise and we watched Hot Fuzz, and I did my usual trick of falling asleep three quarters of the way through.

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  • Another scene I really enjoyed was the storming of the Supermarket, that provided some unusual gags and some cracking lines - the bolognaise sauce, or the cutlery - excellent moments that you could hardly imagine being conceived, where did the whole meat counter gag come from?

    Filmstalker Review: Hot Fuzz

  • We had spaghetti bolognaise, and K made this gorgeous Italian style salad with sundried tomatoes and apricots and Tasmanian fetta – it was gorgeous!!

    July 8th, 2004


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