Homemade pasta is not just about cooking. It’s an ancient gesture passed down from one generation to another like a ritual. It’s both a tradition and a gesture of love. You can’t improvise. You learn by observing the hands of those who every Sunday and festive days flour, roll out and form tortellini, wrapping them around their little finger to make them perfect. It’s a matter of patience, time and rest. An unrepeatable form of art that depends on the size of the eggs, room temperature and even on the maker’s mood, as some say. Sensitivity and feelings play an important role when it comes to choosing the ingredients and learning how dough behaves. There will never be one dish identical to another. A little magic that repeats itself every time.
Our fresh pasta best tells the story of our land. Handmade to bring Emilia’s tradition and excellence to your table.