Saturday, September 12, 2009

A Tisket~ A Tasket~

A Blue and Yellow Basket~



I know..I am shameless~ But he is probably our last and I had an hour of adoration at lunch today~:)

And my herbs that I picked in our garden for dinner were in a basket too!



I love Josée Di Stasio~ You know that.. so does my husband and he mentioned this recipe in this weekend's La Presse~



It is DELICIOUS!I know..More pasta!! But when he golfs and I work we need quick some nights!


The recipe is sooo easy!! A processor.. Ricotta.. parmesan.. softened butter,lemon rind..juice.. herbs..the pasta water,salt and pepper..I added a garlic clove..

We will eat this again and again...

Bon Appétit!

21 comments:

  1. Bon appetit and please show us MORE photos of the precious little prince! :)

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  2. What a beautiful little peek of Oliver! Every moment must be a joy for your beautiful family. And the pasta looks oh so very good - I can fairly taste it from here.

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  3. Such a precious baby bundle! The finest treasure a basket could hold.

    I'm chuckling ... you're right! We were on practically the same page with our pasta meals. :) I like the idea of the herbs ~ the recipe I used definitely needed the cherry tomatoes, or something.

    Beautiful photos, yours never fail to delight. xo

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  4. Just want to wish a nice weekend, I had much of work this week and havn't been on your blog since a week. your current post are wonderful and I love the pictures like alwys. Florence is great, I've just been there one time. And the baby is the cutest... have a nice time...

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  5. Et bien Mme Nana, ton blog me plais beaucoup et les photos sont très belles. Merci!

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  6. Hi Lovely Lady, I have missed you on my break away from the food blogs. My heart just melted to see your little one, and now I want to eat pasta!

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  7. OH he really looks delicious...
    nothing is more delicious than a baby! And a new one at that!

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  8. Enjoy that little one. That's so cute. I love Josée di Stasio as well. Her recipes never fail me.

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  9. Beautiful picture of a little bundle of joy!

    And what a great pasta dish.

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  10. Awwww...Now I want to take that little hat off and smell his baby head with its powder smell. What a super photo. He´s lucky to have you for his Nana!

    That pasta looks like it´s something right up my alley I can´t wait to get home to try it.

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  11. Arlene you made me smile:) It's amazing how tiny they are..
    There really is nothing like the scent of a baby:) Thank you!

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  12. Such a tiny scrumptious treasure in the basket!

    A quick, easy and comforting meal is always in order when the little ones arrive.

    How wonderful all the way around!

    Diane

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  13. You can flaunt him withou shame all you want. Ollie looks so sweet in his little basket. I'm sure he will be a pasta-eater one day soon :)

    I see he's found his place in your header :)

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  14. Oh, bliss, and lucky you to be inhaling "scent of baby" as you cuddle him.
    I adore your herbs and greenery picture as well, though , of course, the baby has enchanted me!

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  15. Oh dear, my heart just melted when I saw this sweet, adorable picture of little Oliver.

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  16. Il joue au golf et tu travailles ! Il a la belle vie, lui ! ;o) Bon, moi, je me joins à vous pour partager ces pâtes, sans même demander la permission.
    Et puis je vois que le petit fils est arrivé ! Quelle merveille. Ta première photo est tout à fait adorable ... UN bébé à croquer ... Squishy, tu m'as appris un mot anglais, ce matin, et qu'est ce qu'il est bien adapté au petit Oliver ! Mon frère s'appelle Olivier . J'aime bien ce prénom ...
    ALlez, plein d'autres grosses bises, mais à partager, cette fois ! ;o)
    Hélène

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  17. LOVELY BABY PHOTO..AND THAT PASTA LOOKS AMAZING :-)

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  18. Awww. How adorable. I am so glad you are shameless and we get to enjoy the pictures.

    What a nice pasta for a busy weeknight too.

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  19. This sounds so good. I think I might make this on Tuesday!

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