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Benedetto Cavalieri has been making this pasta in Lecce in the region of Puglia using the same traditional method since 1918. In B...enedetto Cavalieri's "delicate method," water and durum wheat are kneaded together and processed slowly and gently. To form the pasta into a variety of traditional shapes, the dough is extruded through antique rough bronze dies and dried gradually at room temperature. The result of this dedication to tradition and attention to detail is a pasta with the distinct fragrance and flavor of wheat and a satisfying chew that is typical of high-quality pasta made the authentic, old-fashioned, artisanal way. Sauce this special pasta sparingly so you can taste the difference between it and the pasta you buy at the supermarket. This farfalle ("butterfly" or "bow-tie" pasta) is perfect for serving with chunky tomato and boar ragus, creamy tuna sauces, or tossed in a zesty vinaigrette for pasta salad. read more

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Benedetto Cavalieri has been making this pasta in Lecce in the region of Puglia using the same traditional method since 1918. In B...enedetto Cavalieri's "delicate method", water and durum wheat are kneaded together and processed slowly and gently. To form the pasta into a variety of traditional shapes, the dough is extruded through antique rough bronze dies and dried gradually at room temperature. The result of this dedication to tradition and attention to detail is a pasta with the distinct fragrance and flavor of wheat and a satisfying chew that is typical of high-quality pasta made the authentic, old-fashioned, artisanal way. Sauce this special pasta sparingly so you can taste the difference between it and the pasta you buy at the supermarket. Bucatini are very similar to Spaghetti, but they're hollow through the center. They're named after "Bucato," which means "pierced." These long, narrow tubes are popular in Rome, Naples, and Liguarian dishes, and are perfect in rich, buttery sauces. read more

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Our Supreme Orzo blend consists of Saffron Orzo, Fire Roasted Red Pepper Orzo and Porcini Orzo. Delicious in a Pilaf, Pasta E Fagi...oli or Minestrone soups, cold salads or by itself with butter. Use Orzo instead of rice with stir fry or to make Pilafs, cold salads and soups. Toss cooked Orzo with chopped spinach and sliced almonds for a delightful side dish. Orzo is made with Durham Wheat Flour (Semolina) which makes it a pasta. Mediterranean Orzo is 1/3 inches long, rice shaped and has a slightly rich flavor. The toothy, firm texture and subtle flavors lend it's use to many different applications. Orzo maintains its shape when cooked. Traditionally, Orzo has been used with rice to make Pilafs. Orzo like many pastas, has become a flexible and versatile ingredient. In Italian, Orzo means "Barley". Since pasta doesn't contain any Barley, the name is probably in reference to the shape of Orzo. With an array of herbs and spices, as well as the distinct rich flavor of porcini, this orzo is a great complement to any dish. One pound dry yields 6-1/2 cups cooked. read more

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This Orzo pasta is made out of Duram semolina flour and black bean powder. Orzo can be combined with any number of herbs, vegetabl...es and seafood for an unusual and striking plate presentation. Use in Pilafs, salads, sauces or simply dressed with a light pesto. Orzo is made with Durham Wheat Flour (Semolina) which makes it a pasta. The Orzo Is 1/3" long and rice shaped. The toothy, firm texture and subtle flavors lend its use to many different applications. Orzo maintains its shape and color dulls slightly when cooked. Traditionally, Orzo has been used with rice to make Pilafs. Orzo like many pastas, has become a versatile ingredient. In Italian, Orzo means "Barley." Since pasta doesn't contain any Barley, the name is probably in reference to the shape of Orzo. Pasta has been a main stay ingredient in Italian cooking for centuries. Orzo is just one of the many shapes developed for specific uses. One pound dry yields 6 1/2 cups cooked. read more

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While we have listed our pasta selection under the "Dry Goods" category, these authentic Gnocchi are actually soft to the touch. B...ecause they are packaged in an oxygen-depleted vacuum bag, these famous little potato and wheat flour dumplings do not require refrigeration. Made in Italy, now you can finally experience what true Italian Gnocchi tastes like. Lightly seasoned and salted, they have a wonderful flavor and texture. Easy to prepare; simply drop them into a pot of boiling water for two minutes, drain, and top with tomato sauce and grated cheese. read more

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Colored with cuttlefish ink, this pasta makes a dramatic appearance on the plate! The addition of squid ink gives this pasta a mil...d shellfish taste, so it is not surprising it is traditionally served with seafood, especially shellfish. Orzo can be combined with any number of herbs, vegetables and seafood for an unusual and striking plate presentation. Use in Pilafs, salads, sauces or simply dressed with a light pesto. Orzo is made with Durham Wheat Flour (Semolina) which makes it a pasta. The Orzo is 1/3" long and rice shaped. The toothy, firm texture and subtle flavors lend it's use to many different applications. Orzo maintains its shape and color dulls slightly when cooked. Traditionally, Orzo has been used with rice to make Pilafs. Orzo like many pastas, has become a flexible and versatile ingredient. In Italian, Orzo means "Barley." Since Pasta doesn't contain any Barley the name is probably in reference to the shape of Orzo. Pasta has been a main stay ingredient in Italian cooking for centuries. Orzo is just one of the many shapes developed for specific uses. One pound dry yields 6 1/2 cups cooked. read more

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This orzo is called "Tuxedo" because of the Black (from Squid Ink) and White (Plain Egg) colors of the Pasta. Orzo is made with Du...rham Wheat Flour (Semolina) which makes it a pasta. The Orzo is 1/3" long and rice shaped. The toothy, firm texture and subtle flavors lend it's use to many different applications. Orzo maintains its shape and color dulls slightly when cooked. Traditionally, Orzo has been used with rice to make Pilafs. Orzo like many pastas, has become a flexible and versatile ingredient. In Italian, Orzo means "Barley." Since Pasta doesn't contain any Barley the name is probably in reference to the shape of Orzo. Pasta has been a main stay ingredient in Italian cooking for centuries. Orzo is just one of the many shapes developed for specific uses. One pound dry yields 6 1/2 cups cooked. read more

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