Using our fresh penne makes this simple dish that much more delicious!
This dish originates in the Italian city of Siena. Paglia e fieno translates to straw and hay. The name of the dish refers to the vibrant green (straw) and the yellow (hay) colors of spinach and egg pasta.
This is another one of Joe Talluto's favorites and is a great way to use up any leftover pasta.
This is Spring on a plate! Fresh asparagus and grape tomatoes tie everything together.
Talluto customer favorite!!! The tangy mustard vinaigrette dressing compliments the sweet basil pesto-filled ravioli. This is such a refreshing and well-balanced dish. We hope that you enjoy it too.
Lots of great fall flavors are incorporated into one dish! Try adding some chopped dried apricots or cranberries.
The orange zest in this cream sauce brightens the flavors of the pumpkin and Parmigiano!
This restaurant favorite can be easily made from home with our fresh-cut pasta and homemade vodka sauce!
Pesto-filled agnolotti are an excellent side dish to grilled meats!
This dish is the epitome of the summer season. Sweet basil pesto-filled pasta is tossed with the sweet flavors of summer squash, onion, and tomatoes! Don't forget the fresh mozzarella.
Beautiful ribbons of multi-color carrots and fresh pasta studded with pieces of shallots and fresh thyme. Top with Parmigiano cheese before serving!
Pesto wings are a fresh and bold alternative to traditional Buffalo-style wings. The additions of sweet or hot sliced hoagie peppers pack a punch!