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Saucy Standouts

Though it's generally a thick, full-bodied meat sauce, we found pasta Bolognese that's light enough to eat year-round.

By Rachel Travers
May 11, 2008

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GNOCCHI BOLOGNESE $22, Sage (The best!) Chef-owner Anthony Susi's hand-rolled, pillowy gnocchi are delicious, but when he veils them in his delectable Bolognese, expect perfection on a plate. "It's all about the fresh ingredients," he says of the sauce he prepares daily. A medium grind of beef, pork, and veal is cooked with Nutrilla canned tomatoes and onion, celery, carrots, ... (Full article: 312 words)

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