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5 Sept 2009

Three-cheese baked pasta with minestrone soup; more peach cobbler cupcakes for dessert. Three-cheese baked pasta with minestrone soup; more peach cobbler cupcakes for dessert.

This pasta dish was really good! And quite filling! In the proportions listed, it would be a meal by itself for two, or even three; with sides, it's good for four or more. Really good taste, definitely a keeper. We used red leicester cheese instead of goat cheese, as Chris doesn't like goat cheese (I'm undecided on it).

The minestrone soup is a favorite of ours, and I highly recommend it. Heh, reminds me, I made some of it for my mom for Christmas, and she didn't seem too enthused at the time, but after she had some, she exclaimed about how good it was - she'd only ever experienced minestrone as this bland, flavorless affair. Trust me, there's none of that going on here; it's bursting with flavor. We generally end up adding liquid (water or broth) toward the end to bring the consistency to what we like, so don't be afraid to do that.

I just wish I could have eaten more tonight!

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