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  1. Arti says:

    Bolognese is a kind of rag├╣ (the Italian word for meat sauce), original from Bologna, Italy. You will have a hard time finding Spaghetti Bolognese in Italy. I know, shocking, right? Especially when it’s such a popular dish in Italian-American restaurants. Traditionally, bolognese sauce is made with a combination of beef and pork (both ground sausage and pancetta). I’ve seen a number of recipes that add veal to the mix and also a few that add chicken livers.

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