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Know Your Noodle: It’s a Wrap!

Pasta comes in a variety of shapes and sizes and, at times, this can be confusing. (Is that noodle spaghetti … or spaghettini?) That’s why we launched our popular “Know Your Noodle” series last year on our blog.

Know Your Noodle (KYN) is where we featured each of our popular Cervasi pasta types, shared the noodles’ origin stories and offered recipe ideas well-suited for each pasta’s unique shape.
But as they say, all good things must come to an end — and so it is with our KYN stories. So let’s take a fond look back at our pasta profiles … and be sure to catch up on any you missed!

Interested in learning more about Cervasi pasta? Browse our four categories: Long Cuts (e.g., Spaghetti and Capellini); Short Cuts (e.g., Rigatoni and Elbow Macaroni); Lasagna (i.e., Lasagna!); and Specialty Cuts (e.g., Orzo and Wagon Wheels). Then head to a Kansas City-metro grocer to pick up a new variety or two!

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