What, you ask, is an American Sfoglino? According to the book with that title, a sfoglia is a sheet of pasta rolled by hand and a sfoglino is the pasta maker. Paul verified with his Italian relatives and they confirmed the term is correct. The book has some editing issues: you have to flip to this page, then flip back 50 pages for the next step, and they don't tell you where to find the step after that .... But the instructions and recipes are very good. Paul is getting much more adept at hand-rolling the pasta out and has made some really fabulous pastas.
Here are some Google photo albums showing some of the creations.
October update: We made another filled pasta, this time done with zucchini. We were approaching the end of our zucchini from the garden so it seemed like a good idea to make a pasta with it. This picture will send you to a Google album; there are comments against each of the pictures giving a bit of information.
Triangoli di Zucchine (7 photographs)
Pasta - Maltagliati (2 photographs)
Triangoli di Zucca (13 photographs). These have now replaced ravioli for us!
Caramelle di Patate (5 photographs)
Cestini agli asparagi (7 photographs)
Tortelloni di marscapone (12 photographs)
Garganelli con salsa di pomodoro e basilico (9 photographs)
Tagliatelle verde agli spinaci (6 photographs)
Strichetti con cavolo e carote (5 photographs)
Red Pepper Tagliatelle (7 photographs)
This next one isn't pasta; it is Potato Casserole. It is included here by virtue of being nicknamed 'Irish lasagne' by Paul.
Potato Casserole (or Irish Lasagna) (5 photographs)
Updated November 2020