Enter cascatelli—which implies “waterfall” in Italian—the world’s latest pasta form. Pashman developed the shape to carry lots of sauce and be simply stabbed with a fork. To me, a food historian and former bistro chef, it appears just like the love little one of two lesser-known pastas, creste di galle and mafaldine. Whereas the historical past of this new form ...

You’ve in all probability purchased a flat-packed couch or bookcase from Ikea. Perhaps you even dwell in a flat-packed tiny home. And also you would possibly quickly even be consuming flat-packed fusilli or macaroni. In a brand new research, researchers designed pasta that would pop up from a primary fettucine-like form into a spiral as it cooks, or curl from ...