My culinary excursion continues, this time watching one of the oldest pasta shops in Prati! Made with egg, you can see how the dough is rolled out and printed by machina or hand pinched, each type of pasta prepared with specific parameters, also scrumptious bruschetta as well the tasty and mysterious hedera, my senses are ecstatic, even in the fish market! Buon appetito!
La mia escursione culinaria continua, questa volta guardando uno dei più vecchi negozi di pasta a Prati! Realizzato con l’uovo, puoi vedere come l’impasto viene steso e stampato da machina o pizzicato a mano, ogni tipo di pasta preparata con parametri specifici, anche le deliziose bruschette e la gustosa e misteriosa edera, i miei sensi sono estatici, anche nel pesce mercato! Buon appetito!
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