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  1. uriah1

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    I can't believe spaghetti ranked as well as it did.
     
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    I just cooked up some Acina de Peppi for soup last night. It is like pastina. Don't know if you ever heard of that. We have been eating that for 50+ years. We also eat lots of mostaciolli, ziti, rigatini, and linguine. Over 400 Italian members of my family, my Mother (from Naples)is one of twelve and she has 42 grandchildren and great granchildren alone.

    I can't remember being served pappardelle anywhere.
     
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    Haha funny, I had a friend of mine Louie Fusilli in Rochester, New York years ago. He was a horn player for a band named Freedom Tree.
     
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    my fave is angel hair pasta
     
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    Zagat ratings mean nothing. I was watching one of those kitchen nightmare shows, and plastered right on the door of a horrible restaurant was a top rated Zagat sticker.
     
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    Gnocci(potatoe balls),ravioli.Taglietelli,farfalle,rotelle
     
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    The right pasta for the right sauce. Serve pappardelle with pesto and youse gonna look like a goof.
     
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    where's fusilli?...in Italy aint it?...:p
     
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    macaroni was robbed.
     
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    Honey Boo Boo's 'sketti' recipe is very popular!
     
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    We have friends who have a daughter who is the fussiest eater I've ever met. For example, she eats no fruits or vegetables.They nauseate her, she claims. In fact, at their home I believe they serve the same seven dinners in rotation, over and over, because that is about all she'll eat.

    Anyway, they came to visit us and we had to figure about what to make! We were told she ate rotini. At the store all I could find was fusili (same corkscrew shape, just slightly smaller, right?). You can guess what happened -- she couldn't eat it. The shape wasn't right.

    This was the same kid who ran from our table one morning, retching, because a drop of blueberry fell from a blueberry pancake onto her plain pancake.
     
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    Equal parts marg and ketchup, right? Served in random containers.
     
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    god i love pasta, don't you fluffin' love pasta? wow what an invention ....
     
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    I'm kind of partial to farfalle. Guess I'm out of the loop, again...
     
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    I'll eat pretty much any pasta. I was raised on the stuff, mostly home made; although I don't make my own these days. I'd have to say I eat more spaghetti than any other kind, and I also use several different types of noodles in home made soups.
    It's all good!
     
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    Papardelle? Wut?

    And there are two types of penne: lisce and rigate

    I bet it's the rich folk who order papardelle. Snobby bastages.
     
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