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Spinach Lasagna Noodles

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Anyone know if anyone in the TC sells them? Just called Cossetta's and they don't. Thanks!

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  1. These guys used to be restaurant supply only and I had bought spinach sheets from them....
    http://www.pickyourperfectpasta.com/s...

    caveat: that may be the worst website/concept I have ever seen. Guido (sorry but that was seriously his name) was the pasta maker/owner when I purchased from him but not sure if that remains the same. However, the perfect pasta sign and his invoice emblem are the exact same.

    1. I'm pretty sure Broders Cucina sells fresh spinach pasta sheets that are uncut. at least they did when i worked there several years ago.

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      1. re: mn_praline

        Yep, Broder's has them, uncut. Then you can just cut the sheets into noodles yourself. I always do just that and it works great.

      2. You've tried Lund's/Byerly's?

        1. Check out Annona Gourmet in St. Anthony. They have a huge selection of artisan pastas. Here's a link to their pasta page: http://www.annonagourmet.com/products...

          They also have about 50 olive oils/vinegars in large vats, all to be tasted. Every time I go in, I end up spending about an hour in there, tasting oils and chatting with owner. Great hidden gem in the city, check it out.

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          1. re: 3Bros

            Oooooo....I love when people post places like this so I can bookmark them quick. Never heard of this one at all, so many thanks for the heads up.