Sunday, November 2, 2014

St. Leo's Ravioli - Spaghetti Dinner, Baltimore's Little Italy


Head down to Baltimore's Little Italy for St. Leo's Church ravioli - spaghetti dinner. Every year, St. Leo's hosts an annual pasta dinner in the Fall and Spring.

Considering St. Leo's Church usually serves about 2,000 people, it's a big deal - a decades long tradition.

Prior to the dinner, volunteers helped make the homemade ravioli.  Recently, my brother Charles and I, along with members our school's Italian Club, volunteered to make homemade ravioli for today's dinner.
Me and Charles making ravioli
This was our second time making ravioli, check out our post about the pasta dinner here.
Just like last year, we had such a nice time helping the members of St. Leo's ravioli dinner committee. They were very gracious and patient teaching us how to make ravioli. I guess they liked us too because they wrote about us on "Neighborhood News from Little Italy" (click here to view) and St. Leo's Church featured us on their Facebook page here.

By the end of the day, we made a total of 7,080 raviolis and rewarded with a ravioli lunch.

Today's the day, enjoy homemade ravioli or spaghetti, meatballs, an Italian salad, bread, and coffee for just $12 adults and $6 children.

Cash bar, soda, dessert available for sale. Tickets can be purchased at the door (St. Leo's School Hall) or carryout is available for $12.50.

Italian Club members making ravioli


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