Home Made Ravioli
put an abundant amount of love into cooking, the outcome will always be delicious. That is exactly what my 92-year-old grandmother does when making each meal. So last Sunday when she invited the family over for what she proclaimed will be her last batch of home-made ravioli, it was somewhat of a monumental event. I can distinctly remember as a kid watching her meticulously create each little work of art. She would roll out the dough, carefully fill each one and then place them on a checkered tablecloth to let the pasta dry. A tradition, that I sadly can not carry on (my cooking wouldn’t do it justice), but the amazing recipe and detailed process stays close to my heart.
Laura, our guest hunter for the week. This Italian beauty is sassy, sophisticated and funny all in the one breath. We first met about 10 years ago while working together on Kenneth Cole photo shoot, and I was instantly impressed by her. Laura was the first person I knew who had the coveted No. 6 clogs (lucky girl previously had a stint working there). She’s got the brightest spirit, a handsome husband and gorgeous twin girls. But Laura really says it best herself, so KEEP READING where she shares more of her story and some of her favorites.
Photo: Tina Zelinski
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