Spaghetti with tomato-basil sauce; salad with pomegranate seeds – 2 February 2012

D made a simple spaghetti sauce with a 28-oz can of San Marzano tomatoes and some more of the gargantuan basil leaves from the packet I bought last week.

He did a good job of using stuff I had neglected, like the pomegranate I bought for a meat/pomegranate sauce dish which I then forgot to garnish, and also the ends of some endives that we never used up. The salad was especially pretty, with the red/purple seeds ๐Ÿ™‚

He brought up an Epicuro Aglianico, which was fine but nothing great; otoh what do you want for $4.99.

D also made no-knead bread again, starting yesterday. He used 5/6 Central Milling flour, which we get from Costco, and 1/6 King Arthur whole wheat. It was delicious. Also, it was beautiful again ๐Ÿ™‚

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