Strascinati - small pieces of rolled pasta that have a very satisfying bite. Strascinati means dragged as squares of pasta are dragged across a grooved wooden board called cavarola, which presses grooves onto one side of the dough that helps to hold any sauce.
This artisan pasta is made by the Bartolini family, who have been farming in Umbria for six generations. It is bronze drawn to create a porous dough which holds sauces well. The pasta is then dried slowly for around 30 hours.