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Re: Italian entrees at old grocers / sandwich shops... 2017/10/12 15:53:35 (permalink)
Ketteract, That is one of my favorites!  I could eat that every day of the week!  Do they offer broccoli rabe also?   
 
Now, I don't want to start another sauce war  But, I find that cavatelli can be a little starchy and tacky.  I like when they add a splash of stock and a splash of pasta water to bring it all together.  
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Re: Italian entrees at old grocers / sandwich shops... 2017/10/12 16:29:08 (permalink)
joerogo
Ketteract, That is one of my favorites!  I could eat that every day of the week!  Do they offer broccoli rabe also?   
 
Now, I don't want to start another sauce war  But, I find that cavatelli can be a little starchy and tacky.  I like when they add a splash of stock and a splash of pasta water to bring it all together.  


Great point Joe...a little added stock is a great additive in many "White" pasta dishes. We add a bit to linguine & clams also.
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