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When life hands you Meyer lemons…make pasta!

October 31, 2010
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At least that is what The Phoenix Pastificio did! And very well, I might add.

I scored some of their fresh Meyer Lemon linguine at the local farmer’s market. Together with some broccolini, crème fraiche, parmigiano-reggiano cheese (not pictured) and two tiny Meyer lemons from the garden, a very excited Girl set out to make her part of a post World Series Game 3 Feast!

Boy panko-coated, lightly seasoned, and pan fried some freshly caught Perch fillets to go along with the pasta. My sister joined us this evening to cheer on the Giants, so we prepared a vegetarian friendly version for her using tofu instead of fish. Unfortunately, the Giants lost  Game 3 to the Texas Rangers, but we still enjoyed our meal together.


Pasta & Fish

Pasta & Tofu


The Phoenix Pastificio offers so many different flavors of pasta and ravioli, it is difficult to choose just one! I’d love to try their Sweet Pea pasta or the Black Pepper Rosemary pasta next time.

On a side note, I’d like to thank my two loyal readers, Mom and S.O.F.A.T. blog. I know I put this blog on hiatus for a while as we’ve been busy traveling, but now we are back and cooking!  Thanks for the encouragement!!!!!

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Judith Yung permalink
    October 31, 2010 14:02

    what a feast! looks delicious! Restaurant quality. Keep up the good work. Glad you are motivated to cook!

  2. Tracy Elaine permalink
    November 5, 2010 14:56

    That looks yummy!

  3. November 12, 2010 14:33

    yes, S.O.F.A.T. loves to see Boy and Girl’s cooking… continue the adventures!

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