Watch as I prepare meat for a tomato sauce & talk peanut allergies alternatives for cooking.

I wanted to show you a quick way to brown and prepare the meat for a tomato sauce without using a skillet to bring the meat. I’m using chuck 80/20 for this recipe, and it works the best for me. Flatten it out on a sheet tray and place it in a 450-degree oven for about 15-20 minutes, depending on your range. You want a little crust on top. Peanut allergies or sesame seed/oil allergies are dangerous. Whether you have them or know someone who does, learning what to use in place of peanut, sesame oil, and seeds is vital. Even when dining out, you should know what the restaurant uses for oils. Here I give you some tips on what to substitute for those items. Buon Appetito!!

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Patti and I check out restaurants locally in Fresno, Clovis, and the Central Valley, as well as other places we visit and give you our honest and unbiased reviews. We're not getting paid for this. It's our way of letting others know what we have experienced. Join us on our journeys tasting great food, and checking out some great places.

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