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Jul 25 2013

Cookeing With Shitte You’ve Gotte Around The House

INGREDIENTS
half pound spaghetti
one can chopped clams
one bottle clam juice
one half cup wine
three plum tomatoes
garlic
dried thyme
crushed red pepper flakes
olive oil
fresh-ground black pepper
salt

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Sautee some fucken garlic with thyme, black pepper, and red pepper.

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Deglaze with white wine and turn up heat.

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Add the bottle of clam juice and the juice from the canned clams and bring to a boil.

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Throw in the chopped tomatoes and start boiling the pasta in salty water.

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When the pasta is very molto al dente, throw one half cup of the pasta water into the sauce, salt to taste, drain the pasta, and throw it in, and finish for a couple minutes on medium-high heat.

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When it’s just about done, throw in the clams to heat them up.

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Stir it up nice and turn off the heat when the pasta is perfect and has absorbed most of the sauce.

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Very simple and very good, and the whole thing took less than a half hour.

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  1. 1
    feralboy12

    Back in my university days, we called such meals “noodle crap with poo.”
    It was a term of endearment, I think.

  2. 2
    djlactin

    (1) Try to learn to cook something other than pasta.
    (2) Try this shitte:4 tablespoons chunk peanutte butter, equivalent amount of water. Adde water a bit at a time to PB in a bowl, whippe with a fork until it’s creamy. Then whip in a tablespoon of the hottest red pepper sauce you can find. Cook spaghetti (better yette, fettucini) al dente. Adde the PB shitte and stir a bit unit it’s warm. Looks like shitte, tastes like heaven.
    (3) Real mac and cheese. Boil M in just enough water that the macs are cooked, but a little water is left; this is a learned skill. While the M is cooking, cube about 2 oz of extra-old cheddar (amount depends on amount of M). Just as the M water is “about gone” (it will start to foam like soap lather), adde the cheese and stir until it has melted. (For some zinge, add a bit of feta or a teaspoon of “Imperial extra-old cheddar” (Canada only?), THIS definitely tastes like heaven.

  3. 3
    Dr Becca

    Less than half an hour? You’re a regular Rachel Ray!

  4. 4
    DIAZ

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  5. 5
    Karen Locke

    Yum!

  6. 6
    blindrobin

    This is what I call ‘Lunch’. There are near infinite variations, especially if you are adventurous. Think dried cuttlefish, mangoes and chiles for when the cupboard is well depleted.

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    keresthanatos...I am my Evil Twin

    I find your blog one of the most annoying blogs that I have ever come across! The things you post wrankle me something firece…..I spend a good part of my day screaming about things I read here. Though I do find your pasta reciepies very, very, good.

    DON’T EVER CHANGE !!!!!!!!

    Respectfully,

    H. M. Gray

  8. 8
    superfragilistika

    cognitive dissonance

  9. 9
    mannie

    CPP,

    do you add butter to the water you use to boil the pasta or not?. Thanks

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