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Mama Tina's Ravioli from Forestville

Melanie Wong | Oct 20, 201004:31 PM     7

A quick shout-out for a terrific local product from Sonoma County wine country --- Mama Tina's Ravioli, based in Forestville. A friend stumbled upon a weekend tasting of these at Speer's Market, bought a package, and served them for dinner recently with a quick tomato sauce from the garden. We tried the spinach and sausage-filled ones, made with local ingredients, and none of the fillers (milk powder, soy protein, etc.) found into many others. They were described as handmade and Sicilian style on the plain packaging and they're sold fresh, not frozen. The proof is in the taste and these are delicious with clean, direct, non-processed flavors. Thin, silky pasta wraps around a plump pillow of spinach, sausage and cheese filling. I couldn't find any other info on the web, but you can buy them at Speer's.

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Speer's Market
7891 Mirabel Rd, Forestville, CA 95436

Mama Tina's Ravioli
Forestville, Forestville, CA

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