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Can I Eat This? Slow Cooker Tomato Sauce Didn't Finish Cooking

So, this morning, I made some slow cooker marinara. Threw everything in the pot, turned the cooker on low for eight hours, and left for work. Got home. The sauce is... not hot. It's not cold. [more inside]
posted by SansPoint on Jun 21, 2016 - 9 answers

Keep or toss expired tomato sauce?

I have an unopened glass jar of store-bought vegetarian tomato sauce that has an expiration date on it of 2010. Other than being a little dusty, it looks brand new (no rust, no bulging on the cap, etc.). Is it safe to eat? [more inside]
posted by lea724 on Sep 27, 2013 - 20 answers

Can metallic marinara sauce be saved?

Made some marinara sauce in the slow cooker that came out tasting really metallic. Any way to save it? [more inside]
posted by JanetLand on Jul 30, 2012 - 11 answers

Well that escalated quickly.

I need your best, most awesome tomato sauce-like recipes. Salsas, marinara (meat is OK), etc. Overload of fresh tomatoes and basil. Also rosemary and mint. [more inside]
posted by TomMelee on Jul 24, 2012 - 33 answers

What to do with leftover duck?

Leftover smoked duck breast should be used...how? A pasta sauce? [more inside]
posted by pipti on Sep 2, 2010 - 18 answers

Fix tomato sauce indigestion.

Cooking puzzle: Help me nullify the acidity of tomato sauce (and heartburn) in this recipe I've concocted. [more inside]
posted by zeek321 on Jun 26, 2008 - 21 answers

what is tomato sauce really made of?

I'm getting ready to make my first serious attempt at marinara. Recipes that I have seen vary on whether one should use whole tomatoes, canned tomatoes, tomato paste, tomato puree, or tomato sauce. What effect does it have on the finished product to use or not use any of these in particular? [more inside]
posted by zebra3 on Dec 28, 2007 - 30 answers

Bubbly tomato sauce?

Why was my jar of tomato sauce under pressure and the sauce bubbly? I had a half-full jar of tomato sauce that was closed and refrigerated. When opening the jar in order to use the sauce, the air pressure inside the jar was higher than the air pressure in the room and air escaped with a woosh, similar to opening a bottle of carbonated liquid (like seltzer.) Bubbles developed in the sauce in the jar, and a quick tasting of the sauce revealed that the sauce caused a sensation similar to carbonation. What was going on here?
posted by andrewraff on Apr 16, 2007 - 16 answers

Two decades of practice later, I'm still no good at keeping the food off of my clothes

Stain-on-favorite-shirt-filter: Is my favorite button-down oxford still salvageable? [more inside]
posted by roomwithaview on Dec 7, 2006 - 13 answers

Garlic, anyone?

I am on an eternal quest to make the perfect tomato pasta sauce. Every recipie I've read says to start with a pan and some olive oil and then fry up onions and garlic. I then dump in my tomatoes--I ususally use whole canned tomatoes, chop them up a bit and let them simmer a while, then season, etc. The garlic is what I'm asking about, because I notice if I do this, the garlic will cook for quite a long time and the resultant sauce ain't so garlicky, even if I've added several cloves--it seems I've cooked away much of the flavor. I've tried adding the garlic later on, but that's not quite right either. How do you ensure your pasta sauce is full of garlic goodness?
posted by zardoz on Apr 25, 2006 - 25 answers

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