Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Recipe: Homemade pasta

Hormel (of all places) has some really great cooking tutorials on their website. For example, this step by step instruction for making ravioli and tortellini. Those photos are super helpful!

I was researching this because next Tuesday is the November meeting of the San Francisco Ladies Activity Club. This month's activity is pasta making. Our hostess Shelly is putting together a great party! I can't wait until next week!

8 comments:

MissScientistSF said...

trent is going over there wednesday to give her a lesson on pasta making.. i will email and see if she needs anything else. also, we should keep in mind she is getting her tonsils out on Dec 1st.. maybe arrange for a LAC get better card??

MissEm said...

Wowzer! That's a great idea about the get well card. How should we do the card? Sneak it into the party? Speaking of sick, how's Trent feeling?

MissScientistSF said...

he's better, he stayed home yesterday, but is back at work tonight. he might be up for taco tuesday if you all are interested :) we could make her some pre-operation treats. all crunchy and sharp, or make a gift basket of magazines to read, burned cd's to listen to and such while she is recovering..

MissEm said...

Whoa look at you! You are a changed woman! Especially when compared to last week's "studied out, wigging out scientist"

MissScientistSF said...

i know!! and i even have a fairly cute outfit on today, i am a much happier camper than last week! lets get a-crafting and a-partying!
btw, what did you call about? sorry i missed it

MissEm said...

I called to see if you had a recommendation for a doctor at the hospital on Castro and 14th.

MissScientistSF said...

my current primary physician there is William Kapla, but I haven't actually been to see him yet. I should. I was probably just gonna get referrals from him, for dermatologist, etc..

MissEm said...

Cool - Let me know if he is good. I am trying Dr. Cubba. Seems cool.