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03 February 2009

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Meeta

Syrie this rocks! Pasta and chocolate what a combination. I think my son will love you for this idea!

William

Looks lovely, you've made me feel like getting my pasta machine out again. Do you think you could do the kneading with the dough hook on a food mixer?

Sophie

Syrie, this looks utterly delicious! wow! Yum Yum...

Eunice

Syrie you never fail to amaze me! THat is gorgeous and I'm soo hungry! The flavours are amazing. I'm only wondering how you took pictures of yourself ;-) Your apron is so cute!

VeggieGirl

OOOOOH!!!

Ash

wow, chocolate goodness! I love the pics! I have a pasta machine and have yet to use it... I just might need to break it out!

Muneeba

You are a pasta master!

pigpigscorner

Love your step-by-step pictures. The filling and the chocolate sauce sounds like an awesome combination.

Manggy

I know!! Dumpling wrappers just aren't the same right? Unfortunately at the thinnest setting that's when my pasta gets all messed up! I think the machine isn't a great quality. Your sweet pasta looks puuuuuhfect though. Great job!

Hayley

This post is wonderful, and so helpful. I love all of your step-by-step photos, and the ravioli look absolutely amazing. That chocolate sauce!

redmenace

We are leading parallel lives! I made fresh pasta this week too. It is such a treat. I never thought of using chocolate sauce. What a fantastic idea!

Kim da Cook

Wow what a combination, this is just heavenly and I am not very big on chocolate, but I am going to have to make this sometime.

Marc @ NoRecipes

Those look so good Syrie. I can't wait to hear about the Himalayan truffles! I love that you served dessert before the fettucine:-)

Kim Cooking

Ricotta and chocolate sauce what a combination, very interesting indeed

Shari

This doesn't look so hard! Beautiful shots!

Hillary

Very nice dessert, probably perfect for Valentine's Day. This reminds me somewhat of the nutella ravioli my coblogger made last year :)

Christie @ fig&cherry

Looks wonderful - such a sexy dribble of chocolate sauce. I'm a big fan of orecchiette and would love to take a class one day.

Fashion Bug Coupons Chick

That sounds interesting and delicious. I'm not a huge chocolate fan but I may substitute a strawberry sauce.

maria

i was looking up your chocolate pasta recipe and now i find this - great stuff. what about that orange flavour you mentioned in the previous chocolate pasta post? i think it would be a perfect pair with chocolate

ovenhaven

I could've sworn my stomach growled the moment I opened your page :P These ravioli look perfect!

helen

Syrie! So nice of you to stop by! Fellow Vancouver bloggers seem few and far between. Your blog is just drool-worthy!

OK. I'll stop with the exclamation marks now.

I've been curious about Quince for a long time (such lovely interior design), and I've heard excellent reviews of La Quercia. Your pasta dough recipe is exactly the same as mine (courtesy of Andrey Durbach from Parkside). If there is a downside to making your own pasta, it's that you can never go back.

By the way, where did you find 00 flour in Vancouver?


Syrie

Thank you Meeta! I hope he likes it. He certainly has sophisticated tastes but I guess it's the chocolate. Who doesn't love it!

Hi William, I'm not sure about the hook mixture but I don't think so as it needs to be kneaded into a flat sort of ball. So unless the hook can do this then I'd just stick to kneading.

Oh thanks Sophie!

Heya Eunice, thanks for stopping by. I'm lucky I have a little fairy who takes them for me! Glad you like the apron! Better than seeing me in pajamas or something.

Thanks for visiting Veggiegirl!

Go for it Ash and try a dessert pasta!

Awe thanks Muneeba!

Thanks you PigPigsCorner!!

Thanks Mark! I wonder if it's too hot or something maybe try the next setting up! Thanks for stopping by and hope your exam went well.

Thanks so much Hayley. I'm glad you liked it!

RedMenace I'm coming to visit now!

Kim - you simply must and I don't overload it as it's rich enough plus I only ever use dark chocolate.

Thanks so much Marc, I know it just kind of happened and it worked out great!

Thanks Kim, I know it sounds a bit weird but it works well!

Thank you Shari!

Hillary, Nutella --- I must try it. I love the stuff, maybe with some banana in there as well. Yum.

I hope you do Christie, I love pasta classes and it's my second one. they always make it look so much easier than it is though!

I think you're thinking fashion bug, strawberry or raspberry perhaps.

Thanks for reminding me Maria, yes I'm definitely going to try the chocolate orange flavour.

Thanks Oven Haven!

Hi Helen, yes I was excited to find you. Your blog is lovely. About the flour, I am thinking commerical drive or maybe just online. I forgot to ask the chef at class but I'll check and get back to you. Great to 'meet' you!


Dan

hmm, looks very yummy :)

Dan

Hey, good to see you putting your new skills to use! I was in that class at Quince with you that night (the English guy), and have been searching for Italian "00" flour ever since. I hadn't made any since the class and finally gave in the other night using all-purpose flour.

It was ok, but I'd still like to try the "00" to compare - just wondered if you had any luck finding it? I tried everywhere on the Drive at the weekend, but shamefully, no one stocked it. I know that both De Cecco and Barilla sell their own branded "00" flour, but am amazed you can't get it anywhere in the city.

Do let me know if you find somewhere - Bosa is the only place I haven't been able to try... no car, so it's not easy to get there!

SUSAN MORRIS

LOVELY RECIPE. GREAT PHOTOS.
HAVE ANY IDEAS FOR A SAVORY CHOCOLATE PASTA RECIPE FOR VALENTINES DAY DINNER?
I WAS THINKING SOMETHING SOUTHERN, MAYBE SICILIAN. MAYBE SPICY.
ANYWAY, IF YOU HAVE ANY INTEREST, EMAIL ME BACK.
THANK YOU FOR SHARING!
SUE

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