From Rosie's Blog:

The Sunday Sauce Tradition

March 15, 2015

I have spent much of my day today shopping for and preparing my family’s recipe for Sunday Sauce, more properly a meat ragu that simmers for several hours, filling the house with a smell so familiar I can conjure it from memory. What some families (but not ours!) call “gravy” is a dish with as many variations as there are people with vowels on the ends of their names. .... Continue reading »

 

“A tightly plotted whodunit that will have readers guessing right to the end”

Helen Beglin, New Jersey Monthly on The Wedding Soup Murder

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