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Wednesday, May 07, 2008

chuggin' along



Once I get on the pasta train its hard for me to get off. I like pasta! "But you like everything" people might say and that would be true but I definitely like pasta. When I am not eating way too much chile I am probably eating too much pasta, thats just the way it is. In fact I am going to make some chile pasta and see how that comes out - hopefully a perfect fusion.



This is the beginning of spinach and cheese stuffed mushroom ravioli.



Mushroom pasta, spinach and cheese ravioli with a light ragu.



Same ragu with spinach fettuccini.



The Pup enjoying the 'green' noodles that he asks for all the time.

16 comments:

Claudia said...

Oh lord. Seriously, I don't know why I read your blog before I eat, because you're killing me. Especially when you present meatless options that look so decadent and scrumptious my mouth waters. I, like the pup, enjoy anything green. I think you should invite me over, we'll cook for 48 hours straight (I'll provide the wine and entertainment) and see what we can come up with. Of course, I'll even pay for the Weight Watcher's after. ;)

PS - You can have my yard for two weeks in exchange for a walk in Central Park. My heart belongs to NYC. I'd trade ANY day.

Anette said...

You are really on a fantastic wave here! I'm starving when I see your posts, and I just want to come over for dinner!

Tanya Kristine said...

Mmm...me loves pasta. muy bien

Dana said...

I think I could live eating pasta as my only carb. There's just nothing better than noodles ... OK ... maybe one or two things, but still!

Beth said...

ok...I've had it. Really. I just cannot. come. here. anymore.

You know how I am about pasta!!!! DUH! Now you're just teasing me and it hurts me, Dog...it really does.

I want some of that raviolli!!! Lordy Lordy that looks good...and the green noodles, and the purple noodles and whatever other color you can think of noodles.....

doggybloggy said...

claudia: meatless options are often the best choice, 48 hours what happens after that do you turn into a pumpkin...have you walked in Central Park? It is beautiful.

anette: well thats one long drive from sgrdstrand, Vestfold

tanyaK: and pasta love you right back mucho bueno...LOL

dana: when they are green noodles they cross over into the vegetable world in my book

beth: purple noodles with spicy cream sauce coming right up just for you...

Claudia said...

Dog,
OK, 72. ;) I'm sure you can come up with some new, magical recipe to keep me there longer, and of course, wine is always a way to bribe me to do just about anything.
Yes, I've walked in Central Park. In fact, I walked from W32nd all the way to Central Park and then got LOST in Central Park while trying to find the Zoo. This happened that weekend back last October that hit the high 80's. Let's just say I sweat off a few pounds and toned my calf muscles something fierce. It was my first time in NYC after dreaming of going there all my life. I was there for 4 days and my heart cracked open and my life changed because of the experience. I absorbed the energy, the sounds, the smells and spun around and around in Times Square wishing I'd done something a little different with my life so that a slice of Manhattan might be mine. The city awakened a sleeping beast in my soul and I can't wait to come back in November. CAN'T wait.

If you get bored, go here:
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Kitt said...

I would eat that pasta just like the pup. Looks fantastic!

doggybloggy said...

claudia: hey dont let me twist your arm... do things on your schedule so you can stay happy ....LOL...I tried to look at the pictures....

kitt: do you mean like using your clothes as napkins and dropping things on the floor a lot?

Urban Vegan said...

That picture of your son is worth a thousand words.

daphne said...

all those pasta! and I like the greens. Me adore pasta especially one with MUSHROOMS!

Spin said...

Oh! Pasta of any kind! My weakness. yum yum

Bina said...

My God! Mushroom Ravioli??? How freaking good is THAT!!! I love you. Will you marry me?

debbyd said...

i love it when kids are raised with real food. i know my girl is growing up without processed crap and she loves almost everything i make. i'm thinking about buying the pasta attachment to my kitchen aid. i'm still intimitated.

Anonymous said...

Hello looks awesome any possibility you would be willing to share the spinach fettuccini recipe please

christo AKA doggybloggy said...

Hey anonymous - share it with who? you are anonymous

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