Inspired by the Seasons

One of my favorite things to do in the spring and summer time is to visit local farms and take advantage of the abundance of freshly grown produce. To me, there is nothing better than cooking and eating the tender vegetables and sweet fruits that were picked only a short time ago. Once I get home from the farm, I often assemble my collection and admire the vision for a moment.

Then, the wheels in my mind begin turning...broccoli, spinach, swiss chard, kale, squash, asparagus, tomatoes, leeks, artichokes, sweet onions, and garlic.

Then, my mind shifts to beautiful fresh cut egg pasta: linguine, fettucine, pappardelle, rigatoni, fusilli, ziti...

Shall I continue?          

       

You see, I think that fresh egg pasta is the perfect way to showcase this wonderful produce. It is simple and elegant, therefore it perfectly compliments the fresh seasonal ingredients that are at their peak and bursting with flavor. I find it is fun experimenting with different combinations!

If you have been in our Talluto retail stores, then there is a good chance that you have seen us cutting fresh egg pasta to order. Hopefully, you have taken some home and tried it for yourself. It is so simple to prepare and cooks in just a few minutes. 

When you start with fresh pasta and fresh local produce, you really only need a few other ingredients to make a delicious meal. Below are some easy dishes featuring my produce finds. What will you make? Visit our Recipe Page to learn more! 

                                       Fresh Cut Fettucine, Summer Corn, Leeks, and Plum Tomatoes            Fresh Cut Penne Ziti, Fresh Asparagus and Cherry Tomatoes

 

            
Fresh Cut Fusilli, Cauliflower, Golden Raisins, and Pine nuts                     Fresh Cut Rigatoni with Rainbow Chard        
  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 My daughter Madeline, sneaking a taste.

 

-Joanne Talluto Brown

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