You make me want Indian food...I have pasta sauce in the fridge that I don't want to go bad but I so rarely eat pasta that it just might.Keep eating those grapefruit til ya can't anymore.
I like their Roasted Garlic sauce - try that one, if garlic is agreeable!
Nice that the samosa survived the hot bar ok. Indian food and i are on a break. although i love to visit the dosa cart in washington sq park in the summers. Those ravioli look nice and chubby- just add some salt to the tomato sauce. I swear WF doesn't put salt in anything ever....and they should!! That brownie does look nice and dense. I'm glad my new hood lacks irish bars and the obnoxious drunk people who crowd into them today. Ttrockwood
Oooh that ravioli looks great! I haven't had ravioli in such a long time, I should look into that! I still want that brownie in my face immediately :) It looks amazing.
I think I missed something. Why is there corn syrup in your sauce?? Also, where's the rice with your indian food? Gotta maximize those carbs.
Hey Now!!!!FF, it is definitely sad when Pasta Sauce goes bad. I feel ya on that one. I intend to keep eating Grapfruit till something better shows up in the store.Ingrid, it was a struggle deciding between the Roasted Garlic and the Roasted Vegetable. As usual, I chose wrong.Unknown, thanks for the tip on the lousy Pasta Sauce. I will try ading Salt to see if it helps. Your new neighborhood sounds awfully unusual for Manhattan -- no Coffee Shops, Bagel Shops or Irish Bars. Just Jamaican and Turkish joints. You might as well live in Virginia!Sarah, the Brownie is most impressive. You would be hard pressed to bake a fudgier one.Abby, I am used to Corn Syrup in my Pasta Sauce. Anytime I can bypass the Rice, I do so.
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