Pasta

Pasta

The finest pastas, and pasta flours, imported from Italy, for your cucina.
RST-023
Cestini translates as baskets, but also looks remarkably like shells. Ideal for meat ragu, sauce with finely diced vegetables or baked macaroni and cheese.
$8.95
RST-012
Rustichella Egg Tagliolini with Lemon. Enjoy the fresh taste of lemon pasta with this remarkable egg tagliolini from Rustichella in Abruzzo. This shape is also known as Langanelle.
$11.50
RST-020
Orzo means "barley" in Italian because of its grain-shape. This pasta, shaped like a melon seed, belongs to what Italians called Pastina: pasta that is used in soups. This orzo from Rustichella d'Abruzzo keeps its shape and texture and has a pleasurable bite and texture.
$8.95
RST-001
Primo Grano meaning “first grain” in Italian, was an idea of the famed Rustichella master pasta-maker Gianluigi Peduzzi, who wanted to bring back the flavors of authentic pasta made with 100% Abruzzo grown wheat. Featured in NY Times.
$8.95
RST-017
Sagne e Pezze. Primo Grano meaning “first grain” in Italian, was an idea of the famed master pasta-maker Gianluigi Peduzzi, who wanted to bring back the flavors of authentic pasta made with 100% Abruzzo grown wheat. Featured in NY Times.
$8.95
RST-025
This special pasta is packed to show the glorious radiatore (radiator) shape. These are a favorite for pasta salad as they gather multiples of delights -- vegetables, cheese, herbs-- in the ridges.
$10.75
RST-021
Stelline ("little stars") are crafted from durum wheat semolina and pure Apennine mountain spring water. This pastina is a favorite for soups. Serve in a clear chicken broth or simply with melted butter and Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese.
$8.95
RST-022
Enjoy the unique flavors of the sea with this very special pasta from Rustichella d'Abruzzo, crafted with fine semolina and fresh black squid ink.
$10.50
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