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  • Trofie with Anchovies & Arugula

    Excerpt from Ari’s Top 5 enews Easy spring pasta dish to make for an evening meal When arugula starts coming in for the spring season here in southeast Michigan I try to … Continued

  • Spinach Walnut Kernza Fusilli

    Why We’re So Keen on Kernza

    A Planet-Friendly New Pasta from Patagonia Provisions By Grace Singleton, Deli Managing Partner We get a lot of food delivered to our receiving area, and when the cases of Patagonia … Continued

  • Pasta 101

    This event will take place virtually on Zoom! What’s in a shape? Well, for pasta it can tell you a lot about where it’s from, what kind of sauce it’s … Continued

  • Introducing Dalla Costa

    Pastas that are Full of Flavor, but Free of Gluten  Dalla Costa is an Italian pasta maker and like the others on our shelves, committed to the traditional methods of … Continued

  • Introducing Filotea

    One of our favorite pasta makers Filotea is located in the Marche region of eastern Italy, between the Apennine Mountains and the Adriatic Sea. They are a small company, dedicated … Continued

  • Introducing Mancini Pastificio Agricolo

    A Pasta Maker with Thoughtful Agricultural Practices Mancini Pastificio Agricolo makes their pasta in a wood, glass, and concrete factory located in the middle of one of their wheat fields. … Continued

  • Introducing Pastificio Caponi

    An Italian Pasta Maker We Love Located in Pontedera Tuscany, Pastificio Caponi has been making handmade dried egg pasta since 1953. Committed to this tradition of manual processing, but also … Continued

  • Introducing Rustichella d’Abruzzo

    A Traditional Italian Pasta Maker Rustichella d’Abruzzo started in 1924 and remains committed to the ancient traditions of Italian pasta making–good quality semolina wheat, bronze dies, and a slow drying … Continued

  • Introducing Pastificio Gentile

    One of our favorite pasta makers Pastificio Gentile was founded in 1876 in the town of Gragnano, and has been run by the Zampino family since the 1980s. It is … Continued

  • Pasta 101

    What’s in a shape? Well, for pasta it can tell you a lot about where it’s from, what kind of sauce it’s best served with, and more! Join our Deli … Continued