Spaghetti Bolognese


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Yesterday I made Spaghetti Bolognese. You can see it in this video.
Normaly I don't make spaghetti that much, because i prefer other pasta, like tagliatelle, ravioli, lasagna.
I like simply recipes of pasta with only parmaham, garlic, parmesan and tomato.
But my family like bolognese very much so I decided to make it for them.



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Do you keep your Feedbek closed!
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