Posted on August 21, 2012
August 21, 2012
Adorable photo story – like the use of colour interspersed with black and white. I reminder to make fresh pasta more often.
August 22, 2012
Yes…I have said at least 5 times in the last few hours ‘we must make pasta more often’. It really is a joy.
I agree with Sally, I love the way you told it with photos and the color differences with b/w. But I was curious, your pasta roller, brand name? Is it only sold there across the pond? I’ve never made homemade pasta and have always wanted to but the units to roll out the dough aren’t cheap and I want to make sure I get a good brand.
Thanks Sara. It’s an Imperia, it wasn’t expensive but it works well.
Rufus' Food and Spirits Guide
Great instructions. Love the apron!
I was trying yo cover up the Simpsons with it! But they escaped halfway through. ‘Are we there yet?’
George has made all the difference!! Now, I want to get a pasta maker and make pasta!!! Thank you George!!
Even a child can do it 🙂
Jess O'Toole (@ladomestique)
So fun! Thanks to George for demonstrating. 🙂
He is a useful muse.
What a gorgeous photo story. We used to make pasta with my Mum when I was little but as an adult I’ve not made it for years – I need to get a pasta machine!
Do get one, they are quite cheap and I bet you would make excellent pasta.
The best thing I ever got for Christmas was my Imperia pasta roller. I try to use it twice a week. I’ve gotten into making ravioli and cappeletti recently and I’m loving playing about with flavour combos for the fillings! This is a lovely post! R
We must make it more often. It was really enjoyable. Ravioli next on the agenda!
It’s a pleasure to make. These ones are great with kids because the colour is so vibrant and fun! http://bigflavours.wordpress.com/2012/07/23/15/
Aaw, that’s lovely. 🙂
A Kentish Kitchen
You two are such a great team! More, please 🙂 And I’ll have some of that pasta, too 😉
We are definitely moving onto ravioli next. Watch this space.
egg me on
What a great mother-son moment in the kitchen! I absolutely love it. And love those wide pappardelle-like noodles. Great stuff!
They were supposed to be tagliatelli but they got lost a bit in translation due to wonky knife-work. Who cares though…with eggs straight from the chickens, a simple sauce of garlic, oregano, tomatoes and balsamic, it tasted amazing.
Pasta is fun. Fun to make together. Fun to eat together. This was a cute post. So are you using photoshop for the text overlay? thx
Thanks Wendy. Yes, for the writing on the photos I add a text layer in Photoshop, sometimes adding a bit of shadowing in the background like I did on these ones for Craven: https://thingswemake.wordpress.com/2012/08/11/craven/
September 4, 2012
How can you go wrong with those instructions! We will try with two boys and see how it goes.
Good luck! Remember, lots of folding and rolling!
Just up our alley. We make Greek Easter bread every Spring and are used to it. Thanks for the heads up.
December 11, 2012
Wonderful photography! I am jealous x
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