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Bucatinia Pasta

The name Bucatini comes from the Italian word Buco, meaning hole as this pasta is similar to a thick spaghetti noodle with a hole running through the middle. Although Bucatini was popularized by Rome it was most likely created in Sicily. The shape allows for more even cooking of the pasta as well as room for sauce to nestle. This pasta can be found most often served with Amatriciana sauce, but is also heavenly served with butter sauces.

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