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Re: INTRODUCING THE "CASCATELLI"


@KatieB wrote:

@Love my grandkids wrote:

@Tinkrbl44 LOL, reminds me  a car tire cut in half!


I've never seen a car tire cut in half.  I would not know what one looked like.   This pasta certainly does not look like what I would imagine a car tire cut in half would look like.


 

@KatieB 

 

Have you ever driven on an interstate highway and seen a piece of tire on the side of the road, usually a re-tread from a truck?    That's what they remind me of!

 

What about you, @Love my grandkids ?

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Re: INTRODUCING THE "CASCATELLI"

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@Tinkrbl44 wrote:

@KatieB wrote:

@Love my grandkids wrote:

@Tinkrbl44 LOL, reminds me  a car tire cut in half!


I've never seen a car tire cut in half.  I would not know what one looked like.   This pasta certainly does not look like what I would imagine a car tire cut in half would look like.


 

@KatieB 

 

Have you ever driven on an interstate highway and seen a piece of tire on the side of the road, usually a re-tread from a truck?    That's what they remind me of!

 

What about you, @Love my grandkids ?


@Tinkrbl44   I've seen tires on the side of the interstates before, used to drive them daily for the last 15 years I worked.  But I don't remember them looking like the pictured pasta.

But that's fine, it really doesn't matter what the pasta looks like, as long as it works in a recipe.