Fresh Pasta 101
Nothing is more representative of Italian cooking — or more revered — than pasta. Sure, dried is convenient, but the experience of eating fresh pasta is the reason Italy is worth a culinary pilgrimage across the world.
At Fatigati’s in Portsmouth pasta maker extraordinaire, Greg Fatigati, shows us the art of the meal. 1. Knead dough until smooth, adding water if it’s too dry or sprinkling flour if sticky. Rest at room temperature an hour. 2. Using a pasta maker, roll small portions of dough through several times to reach desired thickness. 3. and 4….