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Fresh pasta to bring home in Timonium

longrunner Oct 10, 2007 03:55 AM

Just moved to the area and was wondering if there were any restaurants or stores in the cockeysville/timonium/towson area where you can buy fresh pasta. I have seen some threads on fazzinis but wasn't sure if you could only take-out whole meals or if they just sold their pasta.

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    onocoffee Oct 10, 2007 02:57 PM

    I would avoid Wegman's.

    They have fresh made pasta at the small, local Italian eatery in the Cranbrook Shopping Center on Cranbrook Road. It's a locally owned joint that's been there for years, next to Simon's Bakery, the Martin's Caterers Mansion and Merritt Athletic Club. Can't remember the name off-hand but they do have fresh pasta ready to go. Just take it home, dunk it in some boiling water for a few minutes and it's ready to eat.

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    1. re: onocoffee
      MDicecreamguy Oct 10, 2007 05:43 PM

      you're thinking of Fazzinis

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      hon Oct 10, 2007 09:01 AM

      I would imagine Wegman's in Hunt Valley would have a nice selection of fresh pastas.

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        pigtowner Oct 10, 2007 08:18 AM

        I think you buy fresh pasta at the Italian place that's in Belvedere square. I can't remember the name of the place. They also have a great selection of dried pastas, including a spinach tagliatelle (sp?) that is my favorite pasta currently, it's really almost as good as fresh.

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          matt8313 Oct 10, 2007 10:41 AM

          Ceriello's. And, yes, they have a lot of vacuum packed fresh pasta, but I don't think they have any made-today type stuff. The vacuum stuff is very good, though, much better than any other "fresh" pasta I've had other than, you know, actually FRESH.

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