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Twitter has sparked a noodle debate that even Alton Brown has weighed in on. Here’s the verdict.
Because no one wants scrambled eggs in their pasta.
This “dump and stir” method magically transforms pasta into a staple for hectic weeknights.
There's only one type of drink you can't use these pasta straws for.
No nonnas required. Check out these step-by-step photos and get cooking.
HuffPost Food & Drink’s series Consumed shines a light on Americans’ obsession with food, one topic at a time. September's theme is all things bread, pasta, noodles and more.
This one-pot wonder captures all the flavors of summer.
Don't fear the fat! A healthy dose of olive oil is essential for a proper pomodoro.
Things get controversial when one of the nonnas suggests using a machine.
If you don't have cacio e pepe in your pasta repertoire, now's the time to add it.
These low-carb pastas will kick your craving in no time.
And it uses ingredients that you've probably got in your pantry.
It's all about texture, and the type of extruders used to make cheap and expensive pasta produce different results.
Things get heated when it comes to incorporating garlic and red wine.
Don't let that liquid gold circle the drain again.
There's a time and a place for jarred tomato sauce. This is not it.
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