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Truly fresh pasta...

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www.CiaoNewYork.com Jan 20, 2001 02:03 PM

Does any one know where to buy fresh pasta in NYC? I mean except for Rafetto's, of course.
Not that there's anything wrong with Rafetto's.

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    stephen kaye Jan 20, 2001 05:58 PM

    we buy at borghatti's arthur ave /and 187th st vero

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      pat hammond Jan 20, 2001 06:34 PM

      I believe it's spelled Borgatti's, in case you try to look it up in the phone book. Wonderful, wonderful pasta. pat

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        www.CiaoNewYork.com Jan 20, 2001 06:39 PM

        Thanks! I have to get out to Arthur Ave. I know it's a treasure trove of Italian food and culture.

        Link: http://www.ciaonewyork.com

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          Liza Jan 20, 2001 09:05 PM

          It's so easy to make your own fresh pasta! Take four eggs, 1 cup of semolina, two cups (to two and a half) of regular flour, two tablespoons of olive oil, two tablespoons water; salt and pepper. Mix in a bowl til it comes together; kneed for ten minutes. Wrap in plastic wrap for 30 minutes. Then roll out. Try it once and you'll never go back to store bought.

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            stephen kaye Jan 21, 2001 10:15 AM

            when you gt to arthur ave, there are a few musts, not to miss. 1-carmel wines 2-casa de mozzarella( for the obvious, and colucchio brand of baby san marzano tomatoes-best I've tasted) 3-terranova bakery 3-mikes deli (don't miss the long stemmed artichokes in can from cerignola-outstanding) 4-lunch at robertos 5-the many butchers and pork shops- & randazzo fish market on arthur ave. enjoy!

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