Di Martino Dolce & Gabbana Pasta, Spaghetti, IGP, 16 oz (453 g)

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SKU: IT-1665

Di Martino Dolce & Gabbana Spaghetti is a pasta  of durum wheat semolina with a long, circular shape whose appearance evokes a twine. Members of the Di Martino family have owned & run the factory since 1912, so a passion for pasta has always been interwoven with their family history. Their ability to mix the traditional technology along with the selection of raw materials is the secret to the high quality of their pasta. A long, round cut mentioned for the first time in Giacinto Carena’s "Vocabolario Domestico" (1846) and then in the "Dizionario Tommaseo-Bellini" (1861-1879). The name comes from the word “spago” (string). Universally loved, they come into their own with simple, genuine dressings. Generally speaking, they shouldn’t be used with meat sauces, going much better with oil and aromatic herbs and maybe fish or vegetables. A frequent error outside Italy is to dress spaghetti with meat sauce, but the pasta slides over the minced meat without picking it up. Heresy. Try this spaghetti in the true Neapolitan style with clams and cherry tomatoes.

  • Ingredients: durum wheat semolina, water.
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.

Di Martino Dolce & Gabbana Spaghetti is a pasta  of durum wheat semolina with a long, circular shape whose appearance evokes a twine. Members of the Di Martino family have owned & run the factory since 1912, so a passion for pasta has always been interwoven with their family history. Their ability to mix the traditional technology along with the selection of raw materials is the secret to the high quality of their pasta. A long, round cut mentioned for the first time in Giacinto Carena’s "Vocabolario Domestico" (1846) and then in the "Dizionario Tommaseo-Bellini" (1861-1879). The name comes from the word “spago” (string). Universally loved, they come into their own with simple, genuine dressings. Generally speaking, they shouldn’t be used with meat sauces, going much better with oil and aromatic herbs and maybe fish or vegetables. A frequent error outside Italy is to dress spaghetti with meat sauce, but the pasta slides over the minced meat without picking it up. Heresy. Try this spaghetti in the true Neapolitan style with clams and cherry tomatoes.

  • Ingredients: durum wheat semolina, water.
WARNING: Consuming this product can expose you to chemicals including acrylamide, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/food.
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