1. cheryl

    Spring’s Hottest Drop Is This New Shape of Pasta

    Spring’s Hottest Drop Is This New Shape of Pasta - Eater Cascatelli” is the result of one pasta-obsessed podcaster with a dream Capping off a banner year for pasta — in which customers cleared the shelves of dry varieties, boxed pasta packaging materials ran out, and the mystery of a bucatini...
  2. Green lentil penne

    Green lentil penne

    Penne are one of the few pasta shapes with a certain date of birth: in 1865, Giovanni Battista Capurro, a pasta maker from San Martino d'Albaro (Genoa), obtained a patent for a diagonal cutting machine. His invention cut the fresh pasta into a pen shape without crushing it.
  3. Macaroni and cheese

    Macaroni and cheese

    Green lentil macaroni with white cheddar cheese and oyster mushrooms. Macaroni and cheese—also called mac 'n' cheese in the US and Canadian English, macaroni cheese in the United Kingdom—is a dish of English origin, consisting of cooked macaroni pasta and a cheese sauce, most commonly cheddar.
  4. cheryl

    The Shape of the Pasta Industry

    The Shape of the Pasta Industry - Slate There’s a reason penne and linguine are still missing from stores. With Americans stocking up on affordable, shelf-stable foods, pasta has become a mainstay of the quarantine pantry—when customers can find any. Because of a considerable jump in demand...
  5. cheryl

    Cacio e pepe: Italy's beloved three-ingredient pasta dish

    Cacio e pepe: Italy's beloved three-ingredient pasta dish - BBC With only three simple ingredients, cacio e pepe is a rich pasta dish that’s hard not to love. And when you do get that elusive texture, it becomes the ideal comfort food. Cacio e pepe is a dish of only three ingredients, two of...
  6. Chickpea shells and cheese

    Chickpea shells and cheese

    Chickpea pasta is a high protein, lower carb, gluten free alternative to traditional pasta. Each serving has nearly 2x the protein, 3x the fiber, and 30% fewer net carbs of traditional pasta. Chickpeas make delicious pasta and are great for an easy vegetarian or vegan meal.
  7. cheryl

    The Healthiest Ways to Eat Pasta, According to a Nutritionist

    The Healthiest Ways to Eat Pasta, According to a Nutritionist - MSN The best way to eat traditional wheat-based pasta as part of a healthy diet is to add more vegetables. If you're trying to lose weight but craving pasta, stick to whole-wheat versions, or try new bean- and legume-based noodles...
  8. Squid ink noodles

    Squid ink noodles

    Modern use of squid (cephalopod) ink is generally limited to cooking, primarily in Japan and the Mediterranean, where it is used as a food coloring and flavoring, for example in pasta and sauces.
  9. Spaghetti bolognese

    Spaghetti bolognese

    Spaghetti bolognese (sometimes called spaghetti alla bolognese, or colloquially spaghetti with meat sauce, or just spaghetti) is a pasta dish that is popular outside Italy, but not part of traditional Bolognese or even Italian cuisine. It is generally perceived as inauthentic by Italians.
  10. Roasted vegetables on pasta

    Roasted vegetables on pasta

    Vegetables play an important role in human nutrition. Most are low in fat and calories but are bulky and filling. They supply dietary fiber and are important sources of essential vitamins, minerals, and trace elements.
  11. Calamari orzo

    Calamari orzo

    Orzo, also known as risoni, is a form of short-cut pasta, shaped like a large grain of rice. Orzo is a good source of carbohydrates, protein and fibre, and while traditionally made from white flour it can also be made of whole grain.
  12. Pasta with baby clam and shrimp sauce

    Pasta with baby clam and shrimp sauce

    Clam sauce is a topping for pasta. The two most popular varieties are white, usually featuring minced clams, olive oil, garlic, lemon juice and parsley, or red, usually a thin tomato sauce with minced clams.
  13. Gnocchi


    Gnocchi are a variety of pasta consisting of various thick, small, and soft dough dumplings that may be made from semolina, ordinary wheat flour, egg, cheese, potato, breadcrumbs, cornmeal or similar ingredients.
  14. Green lentil pasta

    Green lentil pasta

    Green lentil pasta with chanterelles, eggplant, bell peppers, and pine nuts. Lentil pasta is a type of food typically made from an unleavened dough of lentil flour mixed with water or eggs and formed into sheets or various shapes, then cooked by boiling or baking.
  15. Oyster mushroom pasta

    Oyster mushroom pasta

    Sauteed oyster mushrooms, roasted fennel, caramelized onions, coconut milk, on green lentil pasta. The oyster mushrooms add a delicious unami flavor to this homemade pasta dish.
  16. Brio Tuscan Grille

    Brio Tuscan Grille

    Pasta Alla Vodka at Brio Tuscan Grille in Irvine Spectrum Center. Ricotta-filled pasta, spicy tomato cream sauce, and crispy pancetta.
  17. Pasta at Brick Restaurant in San Clemente.

    Pasta at Brick Restaurant in San Clemente.

    Rustic Brick Oven Cuisine Inspired By Seasonal Local Harvest - Orecchiette Pasta with House-made Sausage, Cheng Farms Flowering Broccoli, Mushroom Medley, and Pecorino.
  18. Squid ink pasta

    Squid ink pasta

    Squid ink pasta with grilled shrimp in cream sauce at the Blu restaurant on Celebrity Reflection.
  19. cheryl

    The Patents Behind Pasta Shapes

    The Patents Behind Pasta Shapes - Smithsonian When you sit down to a bowl, be it gnocchi or Kraft macaroni, consider the design work and innovation that have gone into it What shape do you think of when you hear the word pasta? Macaroni. Ribbons and strands. Bowties. Tubes. Stuffed pockets...
  20. Scallop curry pasta

    Scallop curry pasta

    Scallop on edamame spaghettini with curry sauce, chopped green onions, and cilantro.