Squid Ink Spaghetti Carbonara

Using briny squid ink spaghetti as the base, this riff on a classic carbonara brings the oceanic flavors of the sea together with the grounding flavors of our earth in a symphony of rich umami flavor. Freshly ground pink pepper corns add just the right finishing touch of floral notes to brighten this delicious pasta.
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Classic Roman Style Carbonara

Undeniably rich and savory, a classic Roman carbonara is one of those dishes that exemplifies Italian cooking. Using just three four quality ingredients, this traditional Italian pasta recipe comes together in under 30 minutes and delivers a taste of Rome in every forkful.
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Sun-Dried Tomato Pesto Spaghetti

Rich and filled with umami depth, this sun-dried tomato pesto recipe captures the bold, concentrated flavors of organic sun-dried tomatoes. Serve as is, or add blackened chicken for a pop of protein.
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Spaghetti Al Pomodoro

Perhaps the most iconic Italian pasta dish there is, pasta pomodoro exemplifies what Italian cuisine does best: allowing simple, high quality ingredients to take center stage. Made from fresh heirloom Corleonese tomatoes and Sicilian Sea Salt, our Original Passata sauce offers the perfect base for your next pasta pomodoro.
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Spaghetti Da Za Rita: Flavors from Taormina

Combining the sweet tang of sun-dried tomatoes with sharp garlic, spicy chili flakes, good olive oil, and crunchy bread crumbs, every bite of this spectacular pasta leaves you wanting more. Recreate the simply delicious flavors of one of Taormina's best restaurants at in your own home.
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Your Pasta Questions, Answered

Whether it's the brand, the shape, or the ingredients that help you choose what pasta to keep in your pantry, we want to help answer some commonly raised questions about our pasta specifically, as well as the broader, oh-so-wonderful-world of pasta at large.
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Feast of the Seven Fishes

Some cook seven courses; some just put seven types of seafood in a stew and call it a feast. Many families abide by their own traditions, but all Italian-Americans can agree that seafood is a part of Christmas Eve.
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