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  • on September 22, 2014

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    The flavors were amazing! I have never made pasta before but went for it and was mostly successful. I followed the recipe for the pasta dough exactly but used a food processor instead of folding the eggs into the flour. It never really came together completely in the processor and I had to turn it out and add some water in order to bring it together to a ball I could then knead. It took quite a long time to cut all the noodles...there was a lot of them! They may have been a bit thin, I didn't go all the way to the lowest setting on my pasta machine because they were getting really thin.

    The ragu itself is very easy to make and the flavors are amazing. My only criticism is that the recipe tells you to leave the pot covered through all the simmering. I had to leave it uncovered during the last 40 minute period because between the wine and the tomato puree, there was far too much liquid, so it needed to reduce. Otherwise, the recipe is perfect!

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  • on May 27, 2014

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    I did not make the pappardelle from scratch, and I used organic, skinless chicken thighs instead of duck. It was delicious! I ate the leftovers the next day cold, straight from the fridge, melted in my mouth. I was impressed with how little fat goes into this recipe, and yet how rich it tastes. Two tablespoons of olive oil to cook everything, the veggies and the meat, that's it. My family pronounced the recipe "a keeper".

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  • on March 02, 2014

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    100% fantastic. My wife took one bite, stopped eating, looked at me, and said, 'this is absolutely positively the best thing you have ever cooked!'. You can impress people with this dish. It takes time and effort, for sure, so if you are in a mood to cook for the afternoon, go directly to this recipe. I had to slowly add about a quarter cup of water to the noodle dough to get it ready, and only used a quarter of the total dough for a meal for two. I also took the lid off the pot the last 10min to let the sauce thicken.

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  • on July 20, 2012

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    This is now one of my favorite dishes to make for my family. My children can't believe the meat in the sauce is duck. Great flavors and looks so wonderful to serve. It is so easy to make and because it is so simple you can add your own twist to the dish. Fantastic!!!

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  • on December 23, 2011

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    I was really worried about trying this dish because I didn't think that two untrained chefs could pull off a tasty meal...  I tried it mostly because it looked fantastic (and Debi looked like she had fun making it and, to my delight, it tasted unbelievably delicious (I almost felt like a professional chef with this recipe.  My guests were thoroughly happy.  

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