10.10.10

Ragù



The word ragù is derived from the French word ragout which translates to stew. This was one good stew. Combined with my husbands fresh pasta, it's safe to say it was the best I have ever tried. We found Rosa and Maria's recipe in Good Living.

3 comments:

  1. Yum! You're very lucky to have a husband that is so talented in the kitchen. Thanks for the photo of the recipe, it's large enough for me to use. Don't know if I'll be brave enough to make the fresh pasta though.

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  2. Wow, looks like it was a feast fit for a king. If my husband tried to cook 2 minute noodles he would burn water before burning his fingers and then give up and eat the noodles raw. You are one lucky lady- it looks delicious!
    Love the blog Briar.

    Helen Stringer

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  3. Thanks ladies. I know, I am very lucky!

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