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Back when "Flying Was Fun" Alexandra Smythe and Cate Clarke were Flight Attendants with a Major International Carrier. Prior to Private Jets coming into vogue, Alexandra and Cate traveled in the First Class World, meeting and greeting the top celebrities, politicians who would become Presidents, nouveau riche, and yes the occasional Headline Grabbing Criminal in Handcuffs!

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Passata di Pomadore Freccia

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Published: Friday, May 20, 2011

"Passata di Pomadore Freccia" A chic sud Mediterranean recipe!!

by Raphael T Harris

"Passata di Pomadore Freccia"   A chic sud Mediterranean recipe. This for a nice hot day in the summer and it takes a little while, but when its finished and you sit back and light up or take a sip o the vino, Aaahhhhhh !!!

Ok. You need to find those seasonal tomatoes, the oval long ones, not the big fat ones, I think they call them roma tomatoes, but am not sure on that. They need to be kind of sweet you know what I am talking about. Get a case of these and take like 20/30 and cut like a cross in the top of them,  and put some red onions and some garlic, put them all in a pot and boil the water tell they are cooked real good. You will know, the skin of the tomatoes will be coming off. Then you take all the tomatoes and onions and garlic and put them in a thing where you turn and it grinds up of liquefies the tomatoes and onion and garlic.  It takes all the liquid and separates the juices and holds back the skins and you have what we call a "passata di pomadore freccia" - add a little salt, pepper, and basil.

Cook some real fine spaghettinni or capelinni,  the real thin kind and then pour this sauce on top - with some fresh grated parmesan cheese and maybe, if you like, cut up a hot pepper and sprinkle around and serve with a chilled bottle of sparkling red gragnano. A town in the mountains up above the Amalfi Coast produces this type of wine. Serve it for lunch out by the pool under the umbrella.

eeeeeeehhhhhhh. mamma mia.buonissimo - Enjoy !!




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