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Spinach Lasagna Noodles

SarahInMinneapolis Jan 10, 2013 04:19 PM

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

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  1. mitch cumstein RE: SarahInMinneapolis Jan 10, 2013 05:50 PM

    These guys used to be restaurant supply only and I had bought spinach sheets from them....

    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.

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      mn_praline RE: SarahInMinneapolis Jan 10, 2013 06:53 PM

      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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        gildeddawn RE: mn_praline Jan 11, 2013 11:50 AM

        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.

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        steve_in_stpaul RE: SarahInMinneapolis Jan 11, 2013 06:16 AM

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

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          3Bros RE: SarahInMinneapolis Jan 11, 2013 07:50 AM

          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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            Lincster RE: 3Bros Jan 13, 2013 04:04 PM

            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.

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