Review: Easiest DIY pasta night ever

Critic Brad A. Johnson recommends raiding the pantry at Cucina Enoteca.
Brad A. Johnson • Orange County Register • December 3, 2020
First the toilet paper vanished. Next it was everything in the soup and pasta aisles, including all the jarred marinara sauces and every shape of noodle except angel hair. Apparently, people don’t like angel hair, even when it’s literally the only...
The full article can be read on the Orange County Register website.

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