Blue Sheese and Walnut Ravioli

blue sheese ravioli

I decided to try a ravioli with some of the Blue Sheese I’m trying to use up.  Back in my college (and omnivore) days I used to go to a restaurant that served a gorgonzola and walnut ravioli that I loved, so I thought I’d try something like that here.  Truthfully, my filling needs some work so I won’t post a recipe, but it’s an experiment that’s worth trying again!
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7 Responses to Blue Sheese and Walnut Ravioli

  1. Leigh says:

    Well, they look beautiful!

  2. Nicole (anotheronebitesthecrust.wordpress.com) says:

    Hi Jodie! I just wanted to say hello and you’ve got a great blog going on here! I am from New Haven, also. Woohooo!

  3. bittersweetblog says:

    Wow, looks great! I haven’t yet tried the sheese in ravioli, but now I definitely want to.

  4. Melody Polakow says:

    That looks great!

    How cool that you are doing the same budget! I read back and saw you started in January.. has it been easy? Hard?

  5. Jodie says:

    I’ve been finding it not too hard to stick to $25/week, but I don’t have kids, which I would imaging would make it much more challenging. I also started with a well-stocked pantry, which has helped (I haven’t even gone grocery shopping at all this week, and probably won’t until next Friday). I’d think it’s probably going to take another month before it gets more challenging.

    I’ve actually been focusing on a lot of vegetable dishes right now, especially vegetable that are cheap at this time of year (like cabbage, carrots and butternut squash), and I grow my own herbs in planters on my window sill (though I’m between growing stages right now, so I’m using dried for the next few weeks!).

    I’m actually feeling a little guilty- I live in a community where there’s a lot of really cheap but really imported non-organic produce available (3.5 lbs of bananas for $1!). I’ve been occasionally buying that, which has really helped stretch my budget. I would probably be much more hard pressed to eat much fruit if that weren’t the case.

    $25/week is helping me eat almost no junk food, and be a little more creative in the kitchen, so I’m happy. I really should take more pictures and post more!

    Of course, everything in this particular post was purchased before I started my budget, so these raviolis weren’t the best example! 🙂

  6. Melody Polakow says:

    I am seriously considering giving up caffeine completely.. oy.. I’ve done it before and I know it can be done.. (just dreading the headache)

    Also, while I have two kids, they aren’t here all of the time, so I’m not feeding 3 of us full time on this amount. I’d say I’m feeling 1 3/4 person lol.. If they both lived with me full time I don’t think I could only spend 25/week. (I could if I HAD to I guess but it wouldn’t be pretty)

    I am also starting with a VERY stocked pantry..

  7. nomnomnomblog.com says:

    It may need some work, but it sure looks great! Yum!

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