(submitted by Lillian)
1 pound pasta shells
1/2 stick butter
1 or 2 cloves fresh garlic, pressed
2 cups plain Erivan Yogurt
- Cook pasta according to directions
- Melt butter in a saucepan, add garlic and heat until bubbly and light brown
- Pour butter and garlic over the drained pasta and toss
- Top with yogurt – toss again and serve
- May be garnished with chopped parsley for color
Optional: Add cooked ground lean hamburger (aka “Mock Manti”)
I love your yogurt. I practically don’t eat any other yogurt, unless I can’t find Erivan. It’s the perfect yogurt: perfect richness, perfect tartness, perfect sweetness. And, I love that your cows have names. Every time I eat Erivan, I wonder if what’s going in my mouth came from Violet or Autumn, or one of the other girls. I love simple food, and having a simple relationship with my food. If only the rest of the world operated with this motto.
Thank you for keepin’ it real.
ps. Have you ever had a cow named “sakura”? It means Cherry Blossom in Japanese. I think it would be a very cute name for a cow 🙂