Monday, June 15

making the ravioli

{here comes the first strip of pasta}
{stuffing the yummy goodness on the inside - I asked Celeste would this work and she said "if you did it right". well that could be interesting}
{Carly thought she was going to just play with extra dough and watch all the fun. nope. Nonna quickly had her set up with her own little ravioli making station.} {ahhhhhhh!}


Neighbor Jane Payne said...

Ohhhhhhh Kim Sue, what a wonderful project! When I was little there was a lady at church that made these once a year with her family and I always thought a ravioli making party would be so grand. It's fun to see families do this!

How did they taste?!

patsy said...

OH MY GOODNESS!! this looks like so much fun-

it has been way too long since I have commented here- so sorry. I have loved reading about your DC trip & all- just lazy here with the comments. Now that the first official week of summer has past- I'm trying to get back to my old self, and get something done ;)

Oh how I wish I could come over & join you in the ravioli making! I've made them once & they were worth the work- YUM-

Keetha said...

We made homemade ravioli yesterday afternoon! Our dough kept sticking - I think we're not using enough flour.

Yours looks very pretty!

Doodle Bugs Paper said...

yummy yummy!!!

Keetha Broyles said...

Who cares if its pretty OR fun - - - it looks YUMMY and that's what counts in MY book.

A Happy Heart Blog said...

KIm, what a great project! I've never made my own ravioli and will probably just home that I can live close enough to you some day to share in your creativity and culinary talents! What a fun thing to do together though! Thank you so so so much for my card - you were so sweet to send it my way - sorry if I've neglected thanking you - it truly lifted my day friend!

Jill said...

I've only made ravioli once and it was over 12 years ago at Kristi's house. I love the taste of really fresh pasta like that.