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It would never occur to me to put tortellini in soup, but I would totally eat this.

Do you have any recs for cheese ravioli? On the East Coast, there's a brand called Celentano (sp?) which I loved but it's not sold here. I feel like I've tried every brand in Safeway, TJs and Whole Paycheck, but I never like them. They always taste a little too ... something, and also leave a bad taste in my mouth, even though I put sauce and cheese on top.

Shelly

Great idea! It looks so nice too!

may

Man, this post got me wanting some tortellini so I went and got some today, Tj't nonetheless. I got the one with pesto filled. Cant wait to try them!

kathleen

Any ideas for finding Prosciutto tortellini in Portland? No luck at either New Seasons or TJ's. My mouth is watering in anticipation.

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