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  • In the wild and mystical isle of Sardinia, they are known as the “Threads of God” because of their shape, which recalls the threads of a loom. They are however strands of handmade pasta, crafted according to an ancient sardinian tradition that has long been passed down from mother to daughter. A secret art that is slowly disappearing, one that the chef from Nuoro, Roberto Ruiu, has decided to bring to this side of the Atlantic.
  • Nella selvaggia e mistica isola della Sardegna sono noti come “i Fili di Dio” per la loro forma simile ai fili di un telaio. Si tratta invece di una pasta lavorata a mano che seguendo un’antica tradizione sarda si tramanda di madre in figlia. Un’arte segreta che negli anni sta scomparendo e che lo chef nuorese Roberto Ruiu ha deciso di portare oltreoceano.
  • The Italian luxury fashion house Dolce & Gabbana partnered with the Italian pasta maker Pastificio di Martino to produce an extremely limited edition tin of pastas along with a special D&G-designed apron.The new packs have become real postcards from Italy. And look around you, if you're in New York: you could meet giant postcards ...