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Old 02-04-2008, 06:32 PM   #41
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"Sauce" was the term used in Goodfellas so "sauce" is the proper term.
Used so that the unknowing wouldn't be confused
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Old 02-04-2008, 06:58 PM   #42
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IT IS SAUCE!
Not if you're Italian, bucko!
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Old 02-04-2008, 07:03 PM   #43
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That's hard to believe. Growin' up in Long Island, it was gravy bro. My Irish in-laws still can't get over it. I've tried to teach the the "correct" pronunciation of many Italian words.
You mean like gnocchi, mozzarella, and ricotta?

Step mom - Sabetta
MIL - Bartolo

I know all about gravy
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Old 02-04-2008, 07:04 PM   #44
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Always called gravy in my house....
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Old 02-04-2008, 07:22 PM   #45
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that's because you are NOT.......................... Italian.............like my wife..........................Barbara Bonvita.

Only those who are really Italian know that its "gravy"..................
Strange....I've spent time in Italy, and it was called "Sauce". But hell, what do the Italians know. And yes, the places I went to were outside the tourist areas, so they weren't calling it sauce for my benefit. Maybe I only saw fake Italian's while I was in Italy.

Show me one authentic Italian menu, that show spaghetti "Gravy". It may be a slang word, but it's not common word that is used in Italy that I saw.
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Old 02-04-2008, 09:04 PM   #46
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that's because you are NOT.......................... Italian.............like my wife..........................Barbara Bonvita.

Only those who are really Italian know that its "gravy"..................

Excuse me? I'm 50% Italian, and my grandmother, who called it SAUCE, was STRAIGHT from ITALY.
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That's hard to believe. Growin' up in Long Island, it was gravy bro. My Irish in-laws still can't get over it. I've tried to teach the the "correct" pronunciation of many Italian words.
Then again, Long Island is a different world than Manhattan and Brooklyn, and even upstate, bro.
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I grew up in Illinois where gravy was something we put on our mashed potatoes. I moved to NJ and married an Italian and gravy is now homemade spagehtti sauce
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I've been all over NY, and have never heard anyone refer to sauce as gravy...
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I've lived in central and northern NJ for twenty two years and gravy is made from meat. Tomato sauce is tomato sauce.

Some people need to stop watching the Sopranos and thinking they know how NJ works.
Lived in Jersey until I was 30, Italian grandparents off the boat. I think I know NJ pretty well. The entire Italian side of my family called it gravy. Then again, I never had marinara at my granparents house, there was always meatballs, sausage, and bracciole in there, so hence it was called gravy, because of the massive amounts of meat in it.
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How 'bout I mail you some tupperware and you can send me some just to make sure the taste is ok? Ehhhhhh! Ohhhhh!

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Since 4 pm. Gigantic pot of gravy (Jersey/NY for spaghetti sauce) with sausage, meatballs, and country style pork spareribs. Gonna cook on low heat until 10 PM, then refrigerate, the cook tomorrow for another 6 hours or so.

Damn, I wish I had some bracciole.

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Minchia! It was good....
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Oh ya mean like cappicolla pronounced "Gabbagool?" Ehhhhh!

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That's hard to believe. Growin' up in Long Island, it was gravy bro. My Irish in-laws still can't get over it. I've tried to teach the the "correct" pronunciation of many Italian words.
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So we had baked ravioli, a nice salad, and a bottle of 2001 Damilano Barolo. Perfect.
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Damn that sounds good.

Mangia!

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So we had baked ravioli, a nice salad, and a bottle of 2001 Damilano Barolo. Perfect.
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I've been all over NY, and have never heard anyone refer to sauce as gravy...


Every 1st or 2nd Gen Italian American I know calls sauce gravy......
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Oh ya mean like cappicolla pronounced "Gabbagool?" Ehhhhh!
you got it.
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100% Italian ancestory, born in Queens, grew up on Long Island...........it's Gravy, with or without meat. Also, it's macaroni, not pasta.

Ricotta is pronounced like reGORtha.

Motzarella is pronounced mutz-a-RELLA

There was NO SUCH THING, as "french bread" where I grew up. It's Italian beard, or it's Wonder Bread!

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BTW how the hell did you end up in California?
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Lived in Jersey until I was 30, Italian grandparents off the boat. I think I know NJ pretty well. The entire Italian side of my family called it gravy. Then again, I never had marinara at my granparents house, there was always meatballs, sausage, and bracciole in there, so hence it was called gravy, because of the massive amounts of meat in it.
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