Wednesday, September 1, 2010

President’s Choice Emilia-Romagna Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli

Tonight for supper we had what I call “the good pasta”, better known as President’s Choice’s Emilia-Romagna Ricotta and Spinach Ravioli.  

I love this stuff but I don’t always see it on sale in my local Loblaws; perhaps it’s always selling out because it’s so yummy?

This product is made in Italy, I suspect by a team of Italian grandmothers who know all the secrets on how to make a grocery store “fresh” pasta that tastes better than most restaurant fresh pastas. The pasta part is delicate and appropriately “eggy” while the stuffing is rich, creamy and very favourful, but without being overwhelming.

The only downside to this product is that each package contains a mere 250 grams of pasta, not quite enough to satisfy two pasta-loving people. 

And though this is a President Choice’s product, the price (between $4-$5) is comparable to a similar name brand product but really, it’s $5 for the best fresh pasta you’re going to find in a Loblaws.

Would I buy this again: Yep
Should you buy it: Yes!

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