Rao’s Tomato Sauce

By Christina Collins

Some call it gravy while others call it sauce. Regardless of what you call it, homemade is best! I make my own sauce 90% of the time but sometimes I just don’t have the time. When this happens, I need to turn to jarred sauce. I like to use Rao’s jarred sauce. It is as close to homemade as I have found. It is expensive compared to some of the other jarred options out there, but like most things- you get what you pay for! I usually wait for it to go on sale and buy it by the case to save over 50%.

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