The Possibilities of Pasta
- weeknight. Simonds, Dawn // Cincinnati Magazine;Jun2005, Vol. 38 Issue 9, p187
The article presents information on the Moon Garden restaurant. Many passionate food lovers admit to an almost desperate craving for Korean food. Greater Cincinnati does not have that many restaurants specializing in Korean cuisine, which makes 25-year-old Moon Garden in Fairfield a worthy...
- PossibilitÃ¬ di Pasta. Lefebvre, Joanna // Food Management;Mar2005, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p80
Provides information on the shapes and applications of pasta and noodle products. Ingredients of pasta and noodles; Relation between the various shapes of noodles and pastas and different types of cuisine; Types of pasta for boiling or steaming; Suggested pasta for baking and soups.
- Oodles of noodles. Sabatini Jr., Frank // Gay & Lesbian Times;11/23/2005, Issue 935, p54
The article presents different pasta shapes that can be found in local stores and the types of dishes and sauces they best fit into including Capellini, Fettuccine, Linguine and Spaghetti.
- Lasagna Returns. Mariani, John // Restaurant Hospitality;Apr99, Vol. 83 Issue 4, p73
Focuses on Lasagna, one of the oldest pasta dishes in the Italian repertoire. Origin of the word; Ways of cooking lasagna in the early days; Different styles of cooking lasagna; Recipe of lasagna called Southern Italian Lasagna With Meatballs.
- A Primer for Pasta. FRY, SIDNEY; MS; RD // Cooking Light;Jan2012, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p37
The article looks at different types of pasta including soba noodles, whole-wheat spaghetti, and udon noodles, offering suggestions for which recipes they would work best in.
- Linguini. // Science World;2/6/2006, Vol. 62 Issue 9/10, p16
The article reports on a sealed bowl of ancient boiled noodles that was found in Northwestern China as of February 2006.
- Best-ever TV DINNERS. // Woman's Day (Australia Edition);8/25/2014, Vol. 28 Issue 34, p46
The article presents several recipes including spiced tomatoes with cheese fingers, sausage pasta bakes and honey chicken stir-fry noodles.
- What is Your Favorite Meal? Ferre, Julia // Macrobiotics Today;May/Jun2004, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p27
Discusses the favorite meal of some of the participants at the French Meadows 2003 Camp in the United States. Brown rice with nori nisuke; Beans with carrots and chips; Squash soup; Noodles with sauce and salad.
- Chow Mein. // New Yorker;9/23/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 32, p38
The article focuses on a middle-aged bachelor who always likes to order the same dish shrimp chow mein for years in a Chinese restaurant. The chef happened to observe that the man left the noodles in the dish untouched and inquired politely why this was so. The man declared that he did not like...