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October is National Pasta Month and while I think pasta is something that should be celebrated year ’round, Cucina Antica wants to make it big by sharing a few authentic Italian recipes and some great pasta facts.
For example, did you know that the oldest noodle on record was excavated from China? And that during the middle ages, people practiced a method of cooking noddles for up to two hours, resulting in nothing but mush. The custom of cooking noodles, al dente, didn’t arrive until later in history. Another fun note, the term, Al dente, actually means “to the tooth” in Italian.
While I’m so glad we’ve moved past the mushy noodle phase, all that knowledge doesn’t really help unless you’ve got a great recipe and great ingredients. Cucina Antica has taken the guesswork out of it by offering many great recipes on their site. They’ve got recipes for Zucchini Lasagna Pasta, Pumpkin Lasagna Cups, Pumpkin Fries and more.
Celebrate National Pasta Month in style by using Cucina Antica sauces!
About Cucina Antica:
Cucina Antica sauces are artisan sauces made with imported Italian San Marzano tomatoes, no artificial preservatives, lower sodium, no added sugar, no added water and no tomato paste. They are gluten-free and are non-GMO verified.