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April 10, 2008



That pasta dish looks delicious! It must be very tasty according to all the great ingredients you used...




I always love stuffed pasta shells and this one looks particularly tasty - including the lovely thin sauce. Thanks for sharing with Presto Pasta Nights.


What a nice twist using lamb in the filling. Anything stuffed are a nice surprise and fun to eat.

Patricia Scarpin

Sher, I haven't made pasta shells in many, many years. I don't know why, really. These are inspiring!


We love stuffed shells- and lamb is my fave. Sometimes it's tough to find the ground lamb though (curse my local market!)

Have you seen Real Housewives of NYC yet?

Katie B.

Those look so delicious!! I wish I could pop one in my mouth right now!


That shell on the 2nd photo seems ready going to my mouth! And your idea of adding golden raisins is really terrific!


these look fabulous. and i bet were delicious too...


That's a lovely dish to entertain with- they look very pretty. I'm addicted to pasta and I adore lamb. In my opinion the two aren't used in conjuction enough.


I love lamb and I love Feta cheese. Hell, I love anything remotely Greeky tasting!

Mouth-watering photos, as usual.


I think I would like to taste this one

keep this in mind when I get to Calif.

Love, Bunty


Hey, I live in Virginia...would it be a special occasion if I came for dinner? I'm sure anything you make would be fine. ; )


Yes, yes golden raisins sounds perfect with the lamb. I'm not sure what is more interesting talking about the food or dishing about our fav guilty pleasure. I'd have to say mine would be Project Runway/Top Chef!

Lydia (The Perfect Pantry)

Such a nice combination of the Italian pasta and the greek spinach filling. Now that I've discovered Dreamfields low-carb pasta, I'm back to collecting pasta recipes again.


What a twist on stuffed shells! I love it! Mine are usually stuffed with tons of ricotta cheese and herbs. I tire of those easily. So thank you for such a grand new idea!


I love all these ingredients and would totally go with the golden raisins idea! Looks terrific! Hope all that hilarity did let you clean up the kitchen and get some sleep.


I can'r relate to the shows but I am certainly wowed by the pasta dish! I love the pine nut peeking in the first picture! As you said, golden raisins would be wonderful in this!


I adore stuffed shells. I am going to give this recipe a try! Yum!


Oh I love lamb. The hubs feels bad when eating it, not me. But I think if I did this I could sneak it in. :)


I was just looking at pasta shells in the grocery store the other day and didn't know what to stuff them with - now I know! Your recipe sounds and looks delicious! I'm going back to the store for some shells!


good, I am not the only one. There are other crazy adults out there that enjoy The Hills, Real housewives of OC. There's even the new season of Real housewives of NY. Do you like that one?

The shells look really good. It sounds a little greek with feta and lamb. What do you think of Oregano as an herb addition to the filling?


With lamb, spinach, feta and pine nuts these sound really good!

The Omnivore

These sound wonderful! I know it's such an old post, but I stumbled upon it while brainstorming kreplach fillings and, inspired by this recipe, I stuffed them with lamb!


I miss your recipes, Sherry ...

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