DI MARTINO: Fusilli Corti Col Buco Pasta, 1 lb

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A short, hollow, spiral cut that gets the saliva going at first sight. The name of this type of pasta, originally from Campania, comes from the "spindles" used by yarn spinners and hence, by analogy, from the antique tradition of twisting a "spaghetto" round a knitting needle (requiring skill and speed!). Sfiziùsi e sapuriti (fancy and tasty), it makes a meat or fish sauce unforgettable.