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Rustichella d'Abruzzo Pasta-- 12 Varieties -- 17.6 oz/500 gm

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Rustichella d'Abruzzo found deep in the green Vestine hills, takes its origins from the old pasta factory, Gaetano Sergiacomo. Founded in Penne in 1924, they wanted to conserve the tradition of homemade production, focusing on special and regional shapes to go beyond the boundaries of Abruzzo. In the family firm, the best durum wheat semolina is selected and mixed with mountain water with the same care and tradition of the past. Their exclusive bronze molds gives the pasta its special coarseness, which makes it better absorb sauces and improve any type of recipe. The low drying temperature, which takes 40-60 hours depending on the shapes, preserves the nutritional value of the pasta, and the flavor of the wheat comes across wonderfully during cooking.

Strict quality controls preside over every phase of production, from the arrival of the raw ingredients to the delivery of the goods. Tradition and technology unite perfectly to give life to a product with high qualitative standards, which is confirmed by the modern production standards ISO 9002.


Bucatini--Thick spaghetti that is hollow in the center, similar to a thin straw.   $7.95

Capellini--Thinner than spaghetti, but thicker than vermicelli; angel hair.    $7.95

Conchiglioni--Large shells can be stuffed or used with a sauce    $9.50

Fregola Sarda--Fregola Sarda is a durum wheat toasted pasta.    $11.95

Fusilli con Bucco--Twisted Spaghetti in a long, spiraled shape.   $9.50

Maccheroni al torchio-- Fun torch-like shape, also called "campane" or bells.   $9.50

Orzo--Small pieces of pasta that look like rice.    $8.50

Paccheri--Paccheri is in the shape of giant round tubes.    $9.50

Penne Rigate--Tubular, fairly short, with diagonal cut ends; rigate means it has ridges rather than a smooth surface.     $7.95

Riccia--The elegant ribbons have rippled edges making a distinctive contrast to something such as fettuccine.     $9.00

Rigatoncini--Rigatoncini are simply smaller rigatoni.      $8.00

Spaghetti--The quintessential Italian pasta shape.   $7.50

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