SAUCE or GRAVY ?
WHAT DO YOU CALL IT ?
Italian-American sauce (Gravy) made with Sausage, Meatballs, Braciole, and maybe Pork Neck, Pork Spare Ribs, Veal Shank, and whatever each individual who is makig it, likes to put in it. Each Italian Family has there own special way of making this the most Supreme Dish of the Italian-American Table.
It's made each and every Sunday by hundreds of thousands of Italians all over America. It's served with short maccheroni pasta of the family's choice. It can be with Rigatoni, Ziti, Cavatelli, or which ever pasta is chosen. Most families serve the meats with the pasta, but some serve the pasta with a little sauce (no meats) dressing the Maccheroni as one course, and after serving the pasta this way, they serve the Braised Meats as the main-course on thier own. No matter how you do it, it's delicious just the same. Enjoy, e "Mangia Bene" Sempre.
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