I got this recipe many years ago from a Junior League Cookbook. I’ve made it so many times that the page is so spattered the it’s almost unreadable.
Month: November 2018
We had a crazy weekend & to be honest I didn’t feel like a trip to the grocery store yesterday. I made up this recipe with the ingredients I had on-hand. I don’t usually like packages ravioli but was pleasantly surprised at how good the RANA spinach ricotta ravioli was – light and flavorful!
I have to tell you about my 13-year-old granddaughter, Georgia. She plays Lacrosse, is a talented singer & actor who loves theater. But Georgia’s great love is BAKING – and that girl can bake!
Our daughter asked if I would be willing to spend 2 weeks in August watching her to girls Sophie (17) & Georgia (13). while she went to a writer’s conference in Vermont. I love these girls and of course said yes! Let me tell you about “babysitting” for a 17 year with a driver’s license, an evening job at a restaurant and her own car & a 13-year-old with a million friend within walking distance. I never saw them unless it was to go to the mall or out for lunch!
I love Italian food and have to tell you I have ordered Osso Bucco at almost every Italian restaurant in a 20-mile drive from our home – some good & some not so good. Some restaurant s use pork and some veal – I vote for veal.
My Mom was a great Mom but when it came to cooking not so much. Her main goal was to make sure dinner was on the table at 5:00 when my Dad came home from work. She was really good at stretching a meal to feed the 6 of us and casseroles were her specialty.
I remember that big yellow Pyrex bowl serves steaming from the oven with tuna noodle casserole (always served with crushed potato chips on top), scalloped potatoes and ham,
goulash, etc. I guess in the 50’s there was no Food Network!
There was one dessert we all loved and she usually made it for special occasions like birthdays.
Remember Icebox Cake? It was whipped cream layered with Nabisco Chocolate Wafer made in a loaf pan.
This recipe is many steps up from the original.