“Life is a combination of magic and pasta.”
It is no coincidence that pasta has fascinated the iconic Italian director.
Like him, many artists, poets, and writers have been “seduced” by the queen of Italian cuisine.
It is not only the result of the mixture of two simple ingredients -flour and water- but it might also be considered a work of poetry. Indeed, this subtle and refined art has reigned undisputed over the Italian culinary heritage for centuries.
Especially in the South, the combination of quality factors, such as the purity of water and air, the many varieties of wheat ripened in the sun, and the centuries-old traditions have given life to a product of excellence, which we may say tastes a little like magic…