this recipe has been my standard for pasta and lasagna. i've never found another like it and it seems that many people haven't since i lost it and tried on here, hunt's website, and many, many other places to find it again. i'm posting it here so it won
this is a recipe i got from my grandma, whose dishes have left a lasting memory with everyone who has ever eaten her food. this is a very rich, hearty soup that is super easy and my entire family enjoys.
i get this recipe from my pillsbury family cookbook that was published in 1963. it was my mothers, a graduation present i believe, and i refer to it on a regular basis for the classic preparation of many foods.
this recipe was in the columbus dispatch several years ago, submitted by a reader. she wrote that it was from the inn at honey run in millersburg, oh. i made it also, and it is really good as stated by the latest reader who posted it... hope you enjoy it
i have to say that these are a bit more time consuming than just using manicotti pasta shells, but the extra time spent making these is well worth the effort! i have even added into the filling, a 10-ounce box of spinach that has been thawed and cooked in
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