It has been a while since my last blog post. After only a few days at the new job, I realized it wasn't for me - the environment and the business structure was VERY fishy, unlike anything I've ever witnessed (other people warned me before I accepted, and I should have listened) - and so I returned to my other job while I still could, and was so happy to be back. It's funny how you see places with a different perspective, especially after a bad experience. Immigration has ended and finally everything is going back to normal, I will have more time to focus on my blog and my personal business. This weekend I'm teaching a cooking lesson, even though chefs and especially Italians are known to be very jealous of their recipes and their kitchen I love cooking with people and teaching them. I remember when I used to live with my mother, it was a struggle to even WATCH her when she was cooking! I love the idea of one day teaching my kids to cook - have them all with me in the kitchen. My wife says her Italian grandfather is the same as my mother - NO ONE is allowed in the kitchen while he is cooking.
Back to our recipe, this one is very simple and doesn't take much effort (except for making the ravioli). I came out with this a day that I didn't have much choice in the fridge but it turned out to be very nice and handmade ravioli are honestly good even on their own! The tricky part with this recipe is to make the sauce. I'll explain you later when we get to it. If you want to know how to make the ravioli, go back to my previous ravioli blog and you will find all the instructions you need. Let's get started!
WHAT YOU'LL NEED:
WHAT TO DO:
Time to eat! Hope you enjoy the recipe and let me know how it comes out.
Ciao amici! Welcome to my home and my table. I love inventing new recipes and can't wait to see what we can cook up together!