In Italy, pasta is an essential part of every full meal and does not constitute a meal on its own. Il primo, as the pasta course is called, is eaten between the antipasto (appetizer) and il secondo (the main course). There are two basic types of pasta pastasciutta (dried) and pasta fresca (fresh). Our pastas are made of a combination of semolina, durum and wheat flours, water, and eggs (pasta alâ€™ouvo), which makes the flavor and texture very delicate.
Italians regard quality and freshness as more important than diversity and innovation when it comes to ingredients and recipes. The beauty of Italyâ€™s food is in its gastronomic diversity; each area is loyal to its specialties.
Semolina- A yellow flour ground from high protein Durum Wheat. Semolina is used in all of our fresh pasta because of its ability to stand up to kneading and molding.
Pasta- Our fresh pastas have a refrigerated shelf life of 7 to 10 days. All of our fresh pastas are made with durum semolina, unbleached flour, whole fresh eggs, and water. We use no artificial flavors, colors, or preservatives in any of our home made food products. Please call or email for availability of any order that is 5 lbs. or more. There will be a 5 lbs. minimum per desired pasta flavor. All pasta is sold by the pound. One pound serves approximately three people. A 5 lb. minimum is required for any specialty pasta that is requested. We ask for a 24 hour notice of any pasta order over 5 lbs. Please call or email for pasta availability or to place a 5 lb. custom order of pasta in your preference of flavor/shape combination.
|BLACK (W/SQUID INK)||$7.75||LEMON BASIL||$7.75|
|BLACK PEPPER||$5.90||LEMON CHILI||$7.75|
|CHOCOLATE (5LB. MIN)||$7.50||LEMON SAGE||$7.75|
|CILANTRO||$5.90||MIXED HERB (SAGE, OREGANO, PARSLEY, MAJORAM)||$7.50|
|CURRY||$5.90||NEW MEXICO CHILI||$6.75|
|EGGLESS (100% SEMOLINA)||$5.50||ONION PARSLEY||$6.75|
|GARLIC||$7.50||RED BELL PEPPER||$6.75|
|ITALIAN HERB (OREGANO, BASIL, CAYENNE)||$7.50||TOMATO JALAPEÃ‘O||$7.75|
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