2) Add crushed tomatoes, a bay leaf, oregano, parsley, and a dollop of brown sugar.
3) Slow simmer for as long as possible. Preferably add some red wine and meat products to really get happy over some hours. Don't forget that a top on a pot saves energy, as a lower heat is needed to maintain the same temperature.
4) Sauce (pepper or red pepper flakes optional).
5) Never buy canned sauce again. When I get the room in my place for canning, I will update this post. Throwback-sauce style.
Uncle John's B-Sprouts
2) Put your broad German-made chef's blade on the three-to-six cloves of garlic and crush them.
3) Wait 10 minutes for the garlic to produce the enzyme allicin (makes it tastier and healthier for you).
4) Mix all together with olive oil and salt.
5) Fry it until everything is golden brown and tender. (May need to put a lid on it after initial browning and reduce heat)
6) Add two pinches of salt and serve