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    What's your favorite Italian dish?

    I'm partial to a good lasagna myself.
    But I guess Giada de Laurentiis may be slightly ahead of the lasagna.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ModoVincere View Post
    I'm partial to a good lasagna myself.
    But I guess Giada de Laurentiis may be slightly ahead of the lasagna.
    I agree with both of your sentiments sir. Though occasionally, I can be feeling something more like a pasta primavera when I need something a bit lighter.
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    Eggplant parmigiana. So tasty.
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    Ravioli - but not the Chef Boyardee bland kind. Lobster ravioli in a vodka sauce, pumpkin ravioli in a brown butter sauce or three cheese ravioli with a fresh marinara sauce.

    I have my own pasta machine and ravioli mold and I know how to use them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    Ravioli - but not the Chef Boyardee bland kind. Lobster ravioli in a vodka sauce, pumpkin ravioli in a brown butter sauce or three cheese ravioli with a fresh marinara sauce.

    I have my own pasta machine and ravioli mold and I know how to use them.
    Now you're just teasing.
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    Cbad, what time would be best for me to show up with a couple of bottles of a nice Italian red wine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    Ravioli - but not the Chef Boyardee bland kind. Lobster ravioli in a vodka sauce, pumpkin ravioli in a brown butter sauce or three cheese ravioli with a fresh marinara sauce.
    I have my own pasta machine and ravioli mold and I know how to use them.
    I bought these pumpkin ravioli but never knew what to put on them, the typical red sauce didn't seem appropriate. Brown butter sauce is noted, thank you

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    Lasagne with bolognese and balsamella (bechamel) layers.

    Veal parmigiana would be second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by black_box View Post
    I bought these pumpkin ravioli but never knew what to put on them, the typical red sauce didn't seem appropriate. Brown butter sauce is noted, thank you
    A brown butter sauce with sage is very good with the pumpkin. You can also do a light gorgonzola cream sauce drizzled on the top.
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    Wow, that sounds so good. Now I'm hungry and I'm trying to watch what I eat (both because of the season and because my wife and I just decided it was time that we both make a committment to doing so). Not cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    A brown butter sauce with sage is very good with the pumpkin. You can also do a light gorgonzola cream sauce drizzled on the top.
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    Quote Originally Posted by himespau View Post
    Wow, that sounds so good. Now I'm hungry and I'm trying to watch what I eat (both because of the season and because my wife and I just decided it was time that we both make a committment to doing so). Not cool.
    You need to know where to look for healthy recipes: Pumpkin Ravioli with Gorgonzola Sauce from Cooking Light magazine. You don't even need to make your own pasta for this one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CbadRider View Post
    You need to know where to look for healthy recipes: Pumpkin Ravioli with Gorgonzola Sauce from Cooking Light magazine. You don't even need to make your own pasta for this one.
    That sounds great but I'm confused. When do I remove the pumpkin ravioli from the freezer bag?

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    I LOVE chicken parmigiana. ;-)
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    Gnocci with brown butter/sage
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    stuffed chicken marsala

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    Quote Originally Posted by black_box View Post
    That sounds great but I'm confused. When do I remove the pumpkin ravioli from the freezer bag?
    When the cooking water is boiling.
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    I also like using a gorgonzola cream sauce over butternut squash ravioli. My cream sauce is made with whipping cream, gorgonzola cheese, white pepper and nutmeg.
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    spicy marinara seafood pasta
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    Gnocchi in red sauce.

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    Properly made, Chicken Piccata. Hands down. Made with Pinot Grigio in summer and a nice Gavi in the cold months.
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