Title not entirely true... we bought produce elsewhere.
And although you'd think that since Murray's (http://www.murrayscheese.com/) is quite famed/tourist destination, the prices would be off the wall, the opposite is true.
FRESH Pasta: Enough for three people or two really fucking hungry people. $3.00.
Fresh Ricotta: A very generous container full of the best ricotta I've had. $3.00.
A Chunk of Prosucitto: That's right. A Chunk. No, not slices. $3.50.
All grand quality.
Grab a zucchini and a lemon or two from the market and you're pretty set to go assuming you have olive oil and garlic. Cook the pasta for about 8 minutes in salted water. Meanwhile, heat up some oil and cook pretty shaved zucchini slices and garlic. Throw in the chunks of proscuitto that you've rendered from the big chunk at the end. Take this all off the heat, throw it in a bowl and squeeze in some lemon juice. When the pasta's ready add it to the bowl and toss. Spoon in globs of fresh ricotta.
This is nice because the shaved zucchini twirls up in your fork with the pasta :) I still have leftover ricotta and prosciutto, too, and had leftover pasta this morning.