Marinara

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There are two theories on the history of marinara sauce. Marinara translates to mariner or sailor. This sauce was either used out at sea by the Neapolitan sailors or cooked up quickly by the sailor’s wives when the ships were spotted on the horizon. Either way the key here is that the sauce is fast and simple, just what is called for when feeding hungry sailors.

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