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    I like Garofalo too, I use their malfalda to make homemade versions of hamburger helper. Not exactly gourmet, I know, but very satisfying.

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    Barilla here also but my new years resolution is to make my own much more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pachowder View Post
    Barilla here also but my new years resolution is to make my own much more.
    Yeah, got the 3 pasta attachments for my kitchen aid earlier this fall, havent used them once yet due to lazyness and space restriction in my tiny tiny kitchen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quantumcloud509 View Post
    Yeah, got the 3 pasta attachments for my kitchen aid earlier this fall, havent used them once yet due to lazyness and space restriction in my tiny tiny kitchen.
    I hope you got the pasta rollers for your Kitchen Aid not the extruder kit as it sucks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    I hope you got the pasta rollers for your Kitchen Aid not the extruder kit as it sucks!
    That's good to know. I just looked at that extruder last night. I guess I will have to get the Torchio sometime in the future then.

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    I like Agnesi.

    De Cecco is also good, from Barilla I like fullkorn pastaas.

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    Kitchen Aid rollers rock, they do a super job. I wish I would use mine more often.

    Dry Pasta? Barilla or Ronzoni here, whichever is the cheaper when I am buying it. They are very comparable. Di Cecco also but it's not often run on sale like the others are. There are some pretty nice boutique type products that I will splurge for now and then. "Al Dente" brand Roasted Garlic Linguine is really nice for a treat with some home made pesto.

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    The best I've tried so far is "Flora" imported by some company here in FL. It's got a very home made texture and flavor that I really enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    I like Garofalo
    Is that the short, angry pasta that used to be on Air America?

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    Make ur own fresh is best

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