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Wendy-san | Dec 13, 200212:10 AM     3

Twice I have recently bought fresh ravioli made by a Redwood City company called Saporito and it is delicious. Tonight we had pumpkin ravioli (filled with butternut squash). A couple of weeks ago we tried the wild mushroom ravioli. This is so superior to other fresh pasta I have bought at supermarkets (eg - Auntie Pasta and another that starts with "B" that I can't remember).

I did a search on the Web and found this article in Palo Alto Weekly from April 2001. I buy this pasta at Piazza Market but it also is available at Draeger's and Andronico's, according to the article. At Piazza's there is only small print on the back of the package saying Saporito. Also according to the article, this pasta is used at some of the finer restaurants in the Peninsula (Left Bank, the recently departed Wild Hare, Flea Street Cafe, etc.).

Check it out.

Link: http://www.paweekly.com/weekly/morgue...

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