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Martelli Pasta (in the bright yellow package)

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Scary Bill Dec 1, 2007 06:21 AM

Williams Sonoma no longer carries Martelli. It appears Cheese Boutique will no longer be carrying Martelli, as everything they currently have is past it's best before date and is on sale.

Mrs. Scary would be very grateful if anyone could tell me where I might find Martelli pasta anywhere in the GTA or west of the GTA. It makes a great stocking stuffer!

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    dr_t RE: Scary Bill Dec 3, 2007 10:34 PM

    lol - stocking stuffer! :P
    maybe try your luck at st. lawrence market at those shops?
    maybe some places on college street in the portuguese or italian neighbourhoods..
    i've seen it in montreal and in the states but surprisingly i don't see it much here.
    good luck feeding mrs. scary!

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      millygirl RE: dr_t Dec 4, 2007 04:42 AM

      I would check out Masselli's at Danforth and Jones, they have an amazing variety of pastas.

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      gourmetdesigner RE: Scary Bill Mar 26, 2008 12:36 PM

      I found Martelli on line at www.salumeriaitaliana.com . It is the best pasta!

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        Pincus RE: gourmetdesigner Mar 26, 2008 12:53 PM

        Unfortunately not an option here in Canada, unless you have found some method to get them to ship to here! :)

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          futronic RE: Pincus Mar 27, 2008 03:10 PM

          Have you tried Rustico d'Abruzzo pasta? It's probably the best dried pasta I've found. Haven't tried Martelli, though.

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            gourmetdesigner RE: futronic Mar 27, 2008 04:06 PM

            Have not tried that pasta. Martelli has a great density to it.

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              futronic RE: gourmetdesigner Mar 28, 2008 06:23 PM

              Give the Rustico a crack. It's got a fantastic tooth. Not to mention that it actually has flavor on its own, and doesn't need to be drowned in sauce.

              Their whole wheat pasta that has started appearing lately is pretty darn good too.

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                brendastarlet RE: futronic Mar 28, 2008 06:54 PM

                I've seen it occasionally at T.J. Maxx (no joke.)

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                  Scary Bill RE: futronic Mar 29, 2008 08:45 AM

                  Are people referring to Rustichella?

                  If so, it is widely available. Highland Farms comes to mind. You can (could?) on ocassion buy direct from the distributor. Many shapes etc., and it is excellent, but Martelli is still my fave.

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