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How to cook pasta in this "New Great Depression"

Cooking in the Great Depression: 94-year-old gives tips on her own YouTube show

During these tough economic times you'd think the Great Depression would not be a particularly popular topic.
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Maggi (Nestlé): ready-to-eat pasta in India

Nestle: Pasta time

Twenty-five years after it brought Maggi instant noodles to India, Nestle has extended the brand to ready-to-eat pasta. It has come out with Maggi Nutri-licious (nutritious and delicious) Pazzta. There are two flavours: Masala Penne and Cheese Macaroni. The first has been priced at Rs 12 and the other at Rs 15.

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A Christmas gift idea for pasta lovers...

If it's pasta and other Italian fare you crave, here is a trio of new and noteworthy books to consider as gifts -- to others or to yourself:

Pasta book

Italy without pasta ?

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In a report released by the British Meteorological Office on Monday, scientists warned that climate change may soon make it impossible for Italy to grow durum wheat for pasta.

The report is the result of research undertaken as part of the EU-funded Ensembles Project, a five-year study of the impact of climate change on lifestyles and eating habits in Europe. The Project has been led by the Met Office.

Food events: Pasta record, laminated dough

Watch a try at world-record noodle

Mangia Italiano owner David Burmeister will attempt to create the world's largest pasta noodle starting at 8 a.m. Monday on the North Service Road in Tower Grove Park. The current world record, according to the Guinness Book, is 10,935 feet (more than 2 miles long). Burmeister will donate the pasta to New Life Evangelistic Center to feed the homeless. Rain date is Tuesday.

Source: www.stltoday.com

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