For the past few months, my friend and I have been trying to get together and make pasta. She asked me to show her how, and I was excited to teach. I love to teach! So last week we finally got together. I realized later, she wanted to learn how to make ravioli. I had never made ravioli, so I figured, lets get to the dough part (which I knew how to make) and then we could figure out the rest.
Now, when I visit someones home on a weeknight, I bring my cookbook Vegetables Every Day and the ingredients needed to their home. That is what I did and made these wonderful carrots "Maple Glazed Carrots (pp. 83). Nothing thrilling happened while making these except all of our children getting quite dirty (that is expected of children, my boys seem to find dirt all the time).
Some news: #1 This is my 96th post. Next Monday is my 100th post... what should I do to celebrate?
#2 I now have a few blog posts in reserve! But I guess if I were posting last week, I would have crossed the 100th post by now. Oh well!
|The Carrots and you can see the ravioli to the left.||\|