This ribbon shaped pasta is commonly served with more delicate sauces, but we love it with everything from a spiced meat ragu to baked casseroles.
Shaped like the end of a zucchini or an open pumpkin, zucca pairs perfectly with any red or creamy sauce that will fill up the pasta pocket to deliver the perfect bite.
Campanelle, little bell in Italian, is shaped like a flower or horn and is delicious when served with a thick sauce or casserole and are a lovely option for pasta salad.
Penne is an extremely versatile pasta that works with almost any dish because of it's ridges and hollow center which help hold sauces and it's angled edges that can work as a scoop. Pair with pesto, a marinara sauce or use it as the base of your next pasta salad.
Commonly made in Sicily and southern Italy, Cavatelli’s curved shape and long rolled edge helps hold thicker sauces. Pair with a simple tomato sauce and ricotta, or sautéed garlic and broccoli.
This corkscrew shaped pasta is one of our most versatile and popular shapes. Pair with anything from a vodka sauce to a ragu, or make it the base of your next pasta salad.
This two inch strand of pasta resembles a rolled up scroll. A great substitute for ziti or macaroni and superb with a chunky meat sauce that will get wrapped in the folds.
These long hearty strands are the perfect base for the quintessential red sauce and meatball dish.
Small Conchiglie are ideal in mac ‘n cheese, Italian wedding soups, or as an alternative pasta in a baked dish.
Similar to spaghetti but with a hole running through the center, Bucatini is best prepared with a thinner sauce that can stream through the middle and topped off with pork and pecorino.
Traditionally called Radiatore, the ruffled edges capture every bit of your sauce and offer a superb bite every time. Great for thicker tomato sauces, ragus and mac’n’cheese.
Our macaroni are slightly larger than average, providing an ideal alternative to penne or ziti. This versatile pasta works in any dish, but is perfect in a casserole and of course in mac’n’cheese.
Known in Italian as ‘little thimbles’ this pasta is a shorter version of bucatini, approximately 1/4" in length and is the perfect base for minestrone soups or pasta fagioli.
Thicker than our spaghetti, Bigoli is traditionally made with buckwheat or whole wheat flour and works well with a ragu or wild game.
This ridged, tubular pasta is commonly associated with the cuisine of southern and central Italy. It's a perfect match for everything from sautéed vegetables to hearty meat sauces and casseroles.
Spaghetti alla chitarra ('guitar spaghetti') is a square-sided pasta from the region of Abruzzo, Italy. Serve with a tomato-based sauce seasoned with your favorite vegetables, pork, beef or lamb.