Have not tried this recipe....yet! However,what is "dried italian herb seasoning"? That can mean different things to different people, can it not? What, pray tell, might be in this particular seasoning, I ask? Is it something ALL italians use or just the author of this recipe? Also, "italian-style stewed or diced tomatoes"? What does that mean? Maybe if you go to a supermarket in California you can buy a can of "italian-style stewed tomatoes". But can you do that in London, Dublin, Santiago or Buenos Aires? I think not! Why not say stewed tomatoes with such and such spices added to make it "Italian-style"? Is Italian-style the same in Milan as in Rome? Probably not! Authors of recipes should be a little clearer on what they mean when mentioning or listing ingredients. I think, anyway!
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Have not tried this recipe....yet! However,what is "dried italian herb seasoning"? That can...