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Adam of Amateur Gourmet fell for it five years ago. Molly at Orangette raved about it over two years agowith a bonus approval marking from Luisa at Wednesday Chef. Then Rachel Eats fawned over it tooand Rachel, you see, she lives in Rome right now — I want to be in Rome right now — Rome, where you can get authentic, perfect tomato sauce a zillion places every single day.
And yet she stayed in and made this one. That sealed the deal. Is it garlic, a slip of red pepper flakes, a glug of red wine or a base of mulched carrots, onion and celery, as so many of us swear by in our best sauce efforts?
Is it a spoonful of tomato paste or a pinch of sugar? Is it the best olive oil money can buy?
It is none of these things, not a single one: And an halved onion, cooked slowly as the sauce plops and glurps on the stove, then discarded when it is done.
Butter and the juice of stewed onion is all it apparently takes to transform a two-pound can of tomatoes to something velvety and lush.
It manages to remind you of how fresh and sweet tomatoes are in the summer, but more fitting for the winter when canned tomatoes are the order of the day.
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