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Hunterdon County, NJ PUMPKIN RAVIOLI

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Does anybody know where I can buy PUMPKIN RAVIOLI IN Hunterdon County, NJ?
The Princeton Whole Foods is a hike and they haven't had the brand I like in over a year.
THANKS!

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  1. http://www.shop.com/Gourmet_Pasta_Che...

    Maybe this might help?

    1. Well, the simple answer is no. Perhaps you could try Wegman's in Bridgewater or King's on Route 22E in Whitehouse Station. How about Two Brothers in Flemington?

      Good luck, and let us know if you find it!

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      1. re: ambrose

        I was in Flemington today and dropped in to Two Brothers Ravioli on Commerce Street. Normally, they DO carry pumpkin ravioli but they are sold out and will not have any more until next season.

      2. I haven't been in here myself, but my SIL says this place on 206 is excellent. It is in Princeton Twp, but not far from Hunderton Co. She said they have many different types of ravioli; I'll bet they make pumpkin. I feel your pain. Pumpkin Ravioli is a favorite of mine, and when my source is out of it, I am bummed.
        http://www.lucysravioli.com/

        1. There's a small Italian market and deli on Main St. in Somerville called La Delizia that has excellent store-made pumpkin ravioli in their freezer case. I haven't been in awhile - I hope it's still there.

          1. Two Brothers on Commerce St or Colosi's in the Speedway Plaza across from the KFC, both in Flemington.

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            1. re: ALM54

              ALM54, see my comment above about Two Brothers. Good to know about Colosi's. It is closer to me than Two Brothers.

              1. re: ambrose

                Ambrose,
                I think Colosi has a more varied selection than Two Brothers.... I was a fan of the Two Brothers store that was in the Colosi location years ago. They made their pasta fresh on the premises and if you timed your visit right you could get fresh pasta before it went into the freezer. I believe the freezing process really effects the texture and taste of the pasta, especially ravioli and manicotti which of course has cheese.
                I hope you enjoy the ravs at Colosi even if they are frozen.. :-)

            2. May be a little far from your location, but I know Sapore Ravioli in Middlesex has them as I pass the sign every day. I've only tried their lobster ravioli and they are very good.

              1. If Princeton is a hike then this will be an excursion! Nevertheless, I thought you might like to know that Dolce & Clemente's in Robbinsville (near Trenton) has pumpkin ravioli and they have it now.

                http://dolceandclementes.com/

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                1. re: ambrose

                  Princeton wouldn't be bad if they had the ravioi I am looking for!

                2. I will try these places but in the meantime, I found out the brand I am looking for is BERTAGNI so if anybody knows where I can find BERTAGNI Pumpkin Ravioli please let me know ASAP. It's imported from Italy, had it when I was in Florence; its the best! Thanks!!!!

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                  1. re: littlecmad

                    did you google it? You might be able to get some more information from an Italian importer also. You might want to try the Dolce and Clemente store in Robbinsville to see if they carry it.

                  2. The Lebanon Cheese Company!!!
                    This quirky little store, if you can call it that, sells what they manufacture, which is the best ricotta and mozzarella in the country, and raviolli made with their ingredients. I've bought pumpkin from them and like all of their raviolli, was fabulous.
                    http://www.yelp.com/biz/lebanon-chees...

                    1. No idea if they do pumpkin or not, but we buy a lot of ravioli from Lucy's Ravioli Kitchen on Route 206 in Princeton, not too far fromt eh Princeton Airport. Love their products! Unfortunately, I can't access their website in the office, but the address is: http://lucysravioli.com/ Give them a whirl, but I am guessing it is a pretty seasonal item. -mJ