Meals Without Animal Flesh Tuesday: Summer Spaghetti

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In a world of eternal summer, I would be a vegetarian (or maybe a pescatarian if I lived on water). Alas, summers are fleeting (and I very much live on land), which means I’m only a vegetarian (and a really … Read More

Restaurant Week Preview: Julian

Kansas City Restaurant Week — 10 glorious, gluttonous days in January when more than 120 metro-area restaurants serve three-course prix-fixe dinners for only $30, and lunches for $15 — began Friday, January 18 and runs through Sunday, January 27.  Ten … Read More

You Cannot F-up This Tomato Sauce

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There is a time and place for the long-cook tomato sauce, heaped with meatballs and a big buttery slab of garlic bread, but summer is not that time. ‘Tis the season for fresh tomatoes and quick cooking. This recipe is … Read More

The Un-f-able Tomato Sauce

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There is a time and place for the long-cook tomato sauce, heaped with meatballs and a big buttery slab of garlic bread, but summer is not that time. ‘Tis the season for fresh tomatoes and quick cooking. This recipe is … Read More

Sacred Shell Spaghetti

In my family, shell spaghetti is a sacred meal. It’s not sacred because we put a lot of time or Grandma’s canned tomato sauce into it. It’s sacred because at some point in my youth, it became tradition that my … Read More