Manfredi Lunghi 2.2 lbs
There’s nothing more elegant than the long, ruffled edges of these manfredi, sometimes called mafaldine after Princess Mafalda of Savoia. The frilly ribbons of pasta are as versatile as they are beautiful. Use it anywhere you might use a fettucine for an instant upgrade, or toss it with anchovies and toasted breadcrumbs for a traditional St. Joseph’s Day supper. Made by the Setaro family in Torre Annunziata in Naples, this pasta gets its incredible flavor from the minimally processed semolina flour they use. It’s miles better from the pasta you can find at the grocery store, with more nutritional value, too.
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