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11 November 2010 ~ 0 Comments

Pasta à la TE Live

Somehow blogger Lynn McCutcheon (lynnm.net) missed mentioning the premier of recipe of Pasta à la TE Live.

Today Hit Exchange News’ Jon Olson (hitexchangenews.com) shared with us the top secret recipe of Pasta à la TE Live, I’m going to break the vow of silence and share it with you below.

You start by frying a package of Johnsonville Hot Italian Sausage with vegetable oil.

Next add a 28 oz can of diced tomatoes in a medium-large mixing bowl.

To the tomatoes, add 2 teaspoons of oregano, 2 teaspoons of basil, w teaspoons of parsley, and 3 cloves of garlic.

Chop 1 large yellow onion and add it to the mix.  Next take the cooked sausage and slice it, mix it in with the tomato sauce mixture.

Let the sauce mixture simmer on low heat and reduce for a few hours and mix with pasta al dente, and Voila.  Pasta à la TE Live. N-Joi! 🙂

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18 August 2010 ~ 0 Comments

After almost 8 years in arms, US Combat Troops Leave Iraq

Combat Vehicles leave Iraq crossing into Kuwait's border.

Combat Vehicles leave Iraq crossing into Kuwait's border.

The last U.S. combat troops crossed the border into Kuwait on Thursday morning, bringing to a close the active combat phase of a 7½-year war that overthrew the dictatorial regime of Saddam Hussein, forever defined the presidency of George W. Bush and left more than 4,400 American service members and tens of thousands of Iraqis dead.

The final convoy of the Army’s 4th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, based at Fort Lewis, Wash., began entering Kuwait about 1:30 a.m. (6:30 p.m. Wednesday ET), carrying the last of the 14,000 U.S. combat forces in Iraq, said NBC’s Richard Engel, who has been traveling with the brigade as it moved out this week.

NBC News video showed the last Stryker vehicles rolling up to the gate. A guard pulled it back, and the vehicles drove through. The gate closed behind them.

The departure marks the official end of Operation Iraqi Freedom, P.J. Crowley, a spokesman for the State Department, told msnbc TV. But while it is “an historic moment,” he said, it is not the end of the U.S. mission in Iraq.

“We are ending the war … but we are not ending our work in Iraq,” he said. “We have a long-term commitment to Iraq.” […]

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