The end of this summer we went on a road trip. While Bill was busy at work…my mom and kids and I drove to Philadelphia. It is a place that takes me back to my childhood. I have many relatives and dear friends there…and I wanted to show our kids a bit of history too. While we were there…we spent some time with my cousins in West Chester. One night the two girls wanted to make some fresh pasta. My cousin’s daughter Stephanie taught Emily….and they had so much fun!
Sift the flours onto wax paper. Place in food processor along with salt, oil and eggs. Process until dough forms a nice ball. Refrigerate for 30 minutes (we didn’t do this…but it is recommended). Break off dough into pieces and flatten with your hand. Feed through the flat attachment. Lay sheets of dough on towels. Change the attachment and feed through the fettuccine. Lay noodles on a sheet of parchment and sprinkle/toss with some flour. Boil water and salt the water. Shake excess flour off noodles and place in boiling water for about 5 minutes. Drain and top with a favorite sauce! YUM!!!