Any food that's cooked right will taste good. For a lot of people, spagheti is something that's more or less thrown together in a hury. To me, it's Italian Quisine, and I carefully prepare it. I load my meat sauce with two full cloves of chopped garlic and a large chopped white onion. I also don't use one of those jar sauces. I mix Hunts tomato sauce with tomato paste, and throw in some garlic powder, a pinch of salt, and if I'm in the mood, a touch of Oregano. Then I mix in the weell done fried ground beef, onion and garlic mixture. Meanwhile, I purchase buli Italian Sausage, roll it into balls and bake it in a 450 degree oven until well down. After mixing the meat sauce thouroghly, I garnish the meat sauce with the meat balls. It tastes great, and the little ones love it. I also serve the pasta and the meat sauce seperately.
I also love a well cooked ham. I like to get a fresh ham and slowly cook it on the smoker, all though it cant hold a candle to the smoked ham my late brother use to prepar bac in 'the day.'
Lately, however, I've been on a German kick. One of my favorite restaurants is a palce called the Bayern Stube in Gibson City Illinois. It has some of the tastiest quisine I ever had at a restaurant. It's expensive, but I am going to treat myself to dinner this weekend at the Bayern Stube, and to to an actual operating drive-in movie theatre after words.