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monique presents: al dente® pasta-organic duets!

October 11, 2009

We made a series of these videos about a month back…just finishing up the editing. Our new Al Dente Organic Duets are made in small batches at our Whitmore Lake factory, but aren’t as widely available as our Classic line.

You can find them at select retail outlets (such as Zingerman’s and Food Dance Market), but they are also available through our webstore.

Of course, the recipe in this video would also be great with any of our classic Al Dente Pastas (egg, spinach, lemon-chive, whole wheat)…feel free to change it up! This one was developed by Rodger Bowser of Zingerman’s Deli in Ann Arbor, and is also the recipe printed on the bag.

This video shows Al Dente® Straw & Hay Organic Duet Pasta with Pancetta, Peas & Parmesan! Simple, quick and delicious!

4 Comments leave one →
  1. October 12, 2009 4:00 am

    Wow, that looks so good and simple!

    It would be perfect when I get home late and don’t have time to shop for a complicated menu.

    Where can I buy this in San Francisco?


    • Monique permalink*
      October 12, 2009 1:12 pm

      The Straw and Hay is not available in SF, but you could use Al Dente Spinach or Egg Fettuccine (or a combination) which you will find in SF. Of course you can order the Straw and Hay at Al Dente Pasta is SO quick and easy and always delicious. We say that with Al Dente, you have the
      “Home Cook Advantage”

  2. Chiara Astuti permalink
    October 13, 2009 6:19 pm

    Monique I am hungry now!!!!!!!
    Lots of love!!

    • Monique permalink*
      October 13, 2009 8:24 pm

      Hop on a plane. I’m not afraid to cook pasta for an Italian girl!

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