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Pasta Recipes From My Favorite Italian Hotels

Hello lovely readers! I’m just back from a delightfully laborious Labor Day weekend in Venice, Italy, where I was in attendance for the premiere of the excellent film, Contagion. It was just over 48 hours of jam-packed happenings and the food was sublime. You can see the full scrapbook here, but meanwhile, I asked some of my favorite Italian Hotels for recipes.
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Hotel Cipriani

Pasta Al Pomodoro

Pasta Al Pomodoro

This recipe is from one of our favorite hotels in all of Italy—quite simply, no one does this basic pasta better.

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Bigoli in Salsa (Whole-Wheat Spaghetti in a Light Anchovy Sauce)

Bigoli in Salsa (Whole-Wheat Spaghetti in a Light Anchovy Sauce)

This recipe is from the Grand Canal Restaurant at the Hotel Monaco. I’m eating the Fritto here, which was followed by this insane pasta.

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Lobster Salad with Purple Potato Foam & Italian Caviar

Lobster Salad with Purple Potato Foam & Italian Caviar

I loved my meal at the Terrazza Danieli so much that I asked for the recipes. They’re a bit complicated (N2O anyone?) but they’re easy to adjust. I love knowing how they make spaghettini from scratch but you can always buy fresh pasta from your local shop, or use dry pasta from the grocery store.

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Red, White, and Green Spaghettini

Red, White, and Green Spaghettini

I loved my meal at the Terrazza Danieli so much that I asked for the recipes. They’re a bit complicated (N2O anyone?) but they’re easy to adjust. I love knowing how they make spaghettini from scratch but you can always buy fresh pasta from your local shop, or use dry pasta from the grocery store.

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Goodbye Venice!

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