January 24, 2011

Hot Lunch

Handmade ravioli and homemade tomato sauce on fresh plates. Savoring it all and so thankful.
(i can't promise when, but i'll eventually stop it about the plates. eventually.) Oh and if anyone would like a tutorial on how to make ravioli, just let me know. Pete will be very happy if i have to make them again ;)
ps: don't forget to swing by lissa and rachel's house for another course in the Progressive Dinner party

15 comments:

  1. Heck yeah you should post that tut on ravioli! i love homemade pastas and yumminess :) Also, the plates are just gorgeous

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  2. If I'd designed those plates for Crate & Barrel, I wouldnt stop about it either. There's a saying (and I'm paraphrasing here) "If you dont toot your own horn, nobody else will". I dont believe in being humble when you've achieved something wonderful!

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  3. I've never made homemade ravioli a tute would be fun! Your plates are beautiful.

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  4. Oh, yes, would love a ravioli tutorial! (And love the plates, too)!

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  5. The plates are gorgeous! And I would LOVE a ravioli turorial!

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  6. I would love a tutorial on how to make ravioli!!

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  7. Mmmmmm this is making me very hungry! :)

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  8. Ahhh... those look sooo good! And the raviolis do too!

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  9. Raviolis ... yumm-mmmeee! Of course, the plates only make them look all the more delish!

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  10. SHUT UP - You MAKE ravioli?? Will you *please* adopt me? I know I have a perfectly wonderful mostly Italian mother already, but if you'll allow her to come and visit once in a while (especially when you've made ravioli and might serve some on those gorgeous plates), she'll sign me away willingly. Yes, I know... 47 is a wee bit old to need adopting, but PLEASE??!

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  11. Please don't stop about the plates. I love them, swoon over them actually. I need me some plates and am living through you at the moment, so please don't stop about the plates. :)

    Oh, and yes, pretty please for a tutorial on the ravioli....looks soo yummy!

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  12. That would be awesome if you could do a tutorial of your ravioli. I've never made homemade ravioli before and would love to learn. Yours looks delish! :o)

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  13. Yes, interested!:) Your recycled Valentines are awesome.

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  14. Went to C&B last night at Legagcy. They are almost out of all the colors. Not to worry though, new shipment due to arrive in two weeks:) I love the texture. I have one sitting right next to Fandango of which I am running out:( An adorable couple came in this weekend and bought yards and yards to decorate their entire nursery. I asked them to send me pictures when it is done so you can see.

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