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CASARECCE | Nº 88

Shaped like a small, smooth scroll, Casarecce is perfectly sculpted to hold sauce inside its curved hollows. It’s appropriate with classic ragù but also with more imaginative preparations such as cream of fava beans.

SEMI DI ORZO | Nº 27

 
 

SPAGHETTI ALLA CHITARRA | Nº 104

Traditionally cut with tightly pulled parallel wires (think guitar strings), Spaghetti alla Chitarra has a rough, absorbent surface ideal for flavor-rich recipes such as “alla gricia,” “al ragù,” or “all’Amatriciana.”