Pasta
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Pasta
  • Chicken Noodle Soup

    Every cook needs a perfect cold-and-flu-curing chicken noodle soup in his or her repertoire. While we’re not giving medical advice, we urge you to make a batch next time you or a loved one is in need.

  • Bucatini All’Amatriciana

    Adjust the heat in this dish to suit your palate, and if you have a mixed crew of spice lovers and spice-avoiders, simply pass the red pepper flakes and let diners choose.

  • Brown Butter Gnocchi with Sage

    Make your own delightful specialty pasta. A simple preparation creates the delectable Brown Butter Gnocchi with Sage.

  • Lasagna Bolognese

    Creamy béchamel and a meaty tomato sauce make this the standard-setter for lasagnas.

  • Pasta Salad with Lemon Caper Dressing

    Dill, lemon and capers make a refreshing combination for pasta salad.

  • Orecchiette with Garlic, Olive Oil, Spring Vegetables, and Pecorino

    This beautiful dish of bright, crisp-tender asparagus, sweet green peas, golden slivers of garlic, orecchiette-shaped pasta and shaved pecorino herald fresh, green spring.

  • Spinach Ricotta Stuffed Shells

    Serve this delightful meatless main course with a green salad in any season. This is a family recipe from Kathleen Barsotti, who founded Farm Fresh To You in 1976. She raised her sons on the farm, which they now own and operate.

  • Penne with Turkey Tomato Ragu

    A healthier version of a classic tomato meat ragu over pasta, this is made with lean ground turkey given smoky depth with just a little bacon.

  • Dublin Lawyer Pasta

    This luxurious marriage of lobster and cream—so-named because it is rich, expensive, and subtly perfumed with Irish whiskey—is traditionally served in lobster shells; but it also makes a quick and sumptuous sauce for pasta. When Maine lobster is not in the budget, substitute about 12 ounces of shelled langoustine or large shrimp.

  • Truffled Mac & Cheese

    Warning: this dish should be x-rated—or even illegal.

  • Spaghetti with Walnut, Basil and Ricotta Sauce

    When travelling in Italy, I became addicted to the simple rustic pasta dishes – just a few really good quality ingredients, a bottle of wine and bellisimo! My favorite was one that incorporated bread, nuts and herbs to make the sauce rather than the rich creamy sauces you often find here. You could use any nuts or herbs and add cooked chicken, seafood or fish to this dish, too.

  • Pasta Salsa Verde with Shrimp

    There are two well-known classic salsa verde recipes: This is the Italian version made with parsley, capers lemon and anchovy.