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Friday, March 30, 2007

Ravioli time!!!

Man. How the heck did it get to be April already? Always amazes me how time flies...

Which means the Sacred Heart Church ravioli dinner has snuck up on us again. Thanks to Chuck Martin, former FoodBoy, for having brought it to my attention last year. (Read his 2004 story here.) I haven't been able to confirm the event by phone today (the priest wasn't answering!), but ZipScene says it's on.

The Camp Washington church (not too far from downtown Cincinnati, off I-75) hosts this event every Palm Sunday, and sometime in October. And it's a big deal. Pretty tasty food too! We got takeout frozen ravioli last October, but I'd love to go in for the sit-down in the school cafeteria.
Whether you go for takeout (you can even bring pots/tupperware to take home cooked meatballs and such) or sit-down, ASK someone where you're going. We stood (very unhappily, I might add) in a long line for at least 30 minutes last year, before we figured out we didn't need to wait so dang long just to get the frozen ravioli. But bring your family and friends and make an afternoon of it.


at 3:17 PM Blogger Julie Gaw said...

OK, the good father at Sacred Heart just called to confirm that the event IS definitely on for this Sunday. Carryout starts around 10 a.m., and sit-down meals start at noon. Price to eat in: $9 for adults, $4 for children. See you there!?

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