Pasta for your Eyes, Corals, Morels to Rooster Combs, Colorful Shapes

Who said pasta had to be boring same old?

10 offerings below prove there are alternatives.


From left to right: top row: Corals, Conch Shells, Hearts; middle row: Lanterns, 5 grain Reginelle above Squid Ink Spaghetti, Morels; bottom row: Snow Drops, Fricelli, Rooster Combs.

This 'food for your eyes' landed in my email this morning courtesy of M5, its U.S importer/distributor.

Technical specs: "hand-made the traditional way using bronze die extrusion. This process creates a fascinatingly rough texture..."

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