Not every night can be night of dinner from scratch, but every night needs to be a night of eating meat. I have mentioned before that I am down to cuts that are a little harder to deal with... except for the ground beef. A quick check of my cupboards confirmed that I had a jar of marinara and pasta, so spaghetti (well, angel hair) and meat sauce it was.
There is no recipe for this meal. Okay, for those of you who REALLY don't know how to cook:
Brown the meat in a skillet, pour in the marinara, and stir. Meanwhile, boil some water and cook the pasta according to the directions on the package. Drain the pasta, put some on a plate, and put some sauce on top. Sprinkle on grated parmesan cheese, and you're good to go.
Well, add a glass or two of red wine to accompany your meal, and you are ready to go. For those of you that can get it, I highly recommend Andrew Rich wines. Anything he makes is great, but his Pinot Noir is the best value of any Oregon Pinot I have seen. And it's not only that they are a great value, they are really excellent wine. Trust me on this. I am a girl who has drank quite a bit of Oregon Pinot Noir.