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Published on Mar 4, 2014
Served regularly at Le Virtu Philadelphia, Maccheroni alla Mugnaia, literally "pasta the miller's wife's way," is a hand-stretched loop of dough that can reach a hundred feet in length, and is found only in a narrow stretch of Abruzzo. The pasta, which dates to the 14th century, is served on a wooden cutting board called a spianatora with imported Abruzzese olive oil, grated pecorino and a basket of fresh and dried chiles. Guests use an accompanying pair of scissors to snip the chiles and season their Mugnaia to taste.