Mad Light Sunday Gravy
Gravy means different things to different people--it depends on where you call home. For "New Yawkers," particularly ones with Italian ancestry, "gravy" is a tomato ragú typically made of beef and pork, that almost universally includes meatballs and sausage. It's traditionally shared on Sundays, where family and friends come and go at will, serve themselves up some gravy, and show respect to the cook. Under slow, even heat, chicken thighs break down similarly to pork shoulder, so texturally, this version of Italian-American Sunday Gravy is right on the money.
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