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One of the more common refrains I heard when Maggie and I decided we didn't need to contribute to Twitter any more involved no longer being able to see pics of Maggie or the meals we eat around here.
You'll notice the rather lazy canine in the post below.
Here, is tonight's dinner. As I tend to make meals into two-day affairs, this is round 1. Each bowl has six large ravioli, and I had made a huge pot of sauce and meatballs weeks ago, with about a third of it put into the freezer for some day in the future. Today was the calendar equivalent of that player to be named later.
The ravioli is covered in the sauce and meatballs, as well as mozzarella and pecorino romano. Combined with the riccota in the ravioli filling, that's a nice three cheese variety.
Only half of the sauce and meatballs made it to the main table tonight. Tomorrow, the remainder goes with sweet Italian sausage, some thinly slice peppers and onions, and slices of whole mozzarella on a sub bun for a sausage and peppers sub that will make the angels sing. I'll post pictures tomorrow. Of the sub. Not the angels singing. They don't like having their picture taken :)