High-quality ingredients are the key to any great dish.
We partnered with Paglione, an organic family farm in Northern Puglia to produce this tomato purée. The tomatoes are processed by hand 24 hours after harvest to preserve their natural flavor and aroma. Only the highest quality ingredients are used, without any additives or preservatives.
One of the easiest ways to distinguish between high-quality and low-quality dried pasta is by touch. High-quality dried pasta will feel rough to the touch, and will leave a starchy, powder-like residue on your fingers. This starch is the key to cooking great pasta, because it helps the sauce “bind” to the pasta. It is also healthier and easier to digest than processed pasta.
We partnered with a small organic farm in Umbria, Italy. The organic semolina flour used to make the spaghetti is grown naturally in the Umbrian hills and obtained by stone grinding. The pasta is then made using 100% purified water, and then it is slow-dried at low temperatures.
We partnered with a farm in Lazio, Italy, just south of Rome. This olive oil is made using the Itrana olive, which provides a light and delicate flavor profile. Only the highest-quality ingredients are used, without any additives or preservatives.