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Beet Ravioli with Goat Cheese

Wednesday
Oct152008

Bomboloni

Bomboloni. Little Italian doughnuts. Don't you love the name? It's fun to say. And they are fun to make. The dough is not hard and they take about 30 seconds to cook. It's fun to watch them turn from flat discs into little puffs as they fry. And they are so delicious made fresh (they're great the next day, too).  Sometimes these are made with a stuffing of jam.   Del Posto, Mario Batali's New York restaurant, has served these stuffed with an orange vanilla custard.  These, however, are just plain and really good with some coffee.

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Thursday
Oct092008

Roasted Squash Ravioli with Sage

Let's talk ravioli. If you haven't made it, you probably think it's hard, right? It's actually easy and fun and if you make the filling ahead of time, it really doesn't take that long to make them.

There are many ways to make ravioli and I think I've tried them all. You can roll out the sheets of pasta with something as basic as a rolling pin  (a lot of work).  But a little equipment makes the job much easier.  For years I used the trusty Atlas pasta machine to roll out the dough into sheets. This required hand cranking and certainly wasn't hard.

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Thursday
Oct022008

Stuffed Eggplant


Even if you're not a big eggplant fan, this is a dish you still might like. I personally love eggplant but in this dish, the eggplant is really used as a stuffing with other ingredients. Get yourself a grilled or toasted piece of crusty bread and you can spread the stuffing on the bread. Add a glass of red wine and it's a perfect light dinner.

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