Bella Italia Regionali Gigli Toscani

Traditional recipe. Bronze dies. Artisan pasta. Typical of Tuscany region. Bella Italia regional is a unique line of artisan products that represents the ancients culinary traditions of Italy's 20 regions (scan the QR code to get more info). The bronze die used gives our pasta a slightly rough surface, which allows the sauce to better cling to the pasta. Tuscany has a rich culinary tradition that was formally codified in the 19th century during the period of the Lorena Dynasty. During the Renaissance, Florentine gastronomy was expressed through lavish banquets, which were an elegant expression of Tuscan culture amidst the aristocracy of that era. These events were so important, in fact, that some of the most famous artist and craftsmen like the Buontalenti devoured themselves to organizing numerous gatherings. The culinary art eventually became a science thanks to numerous cooking and etiquette books, which have been handed down over the generations. Florentines like you underline that when Caterina de Medici married King Henry II in 1533, she introduced the recipes which enabled french cuisine. Despite this seeming formality. Tuscan cuisine places greater importance on substance rather than form, embracing a rustic appeal. It is largely based on the excellent quality of the raw materials and the genuine personality of the Tuscan people. Gigli are an ideal cut for meat sauces. (Source: The Mediterranean Institute of Culinary Arts). Nutritional panel for USA only. Non GMO Project verified. FSC: Mix Packaging from responsible sources. Ph.: +39-0817506111 Fax: +39-0817506199 Product of Italy.