Fusilli col Buco were invented by Neapolitan housewives, who would wrap bucatini (the spaghetti with a hole through the center) around knitting needles to make tight corkscrews of pasta. These very long twirly noodles are delicious and fun to eat with any tomato- or olive oil-based sauce.
About the Producer: Rustichella d’Abruzzo is the leading artisan pasta maker in Italy, with the widest assortment of regionally-inspired pasta shapes. Pasta maker Gianluigi Peduzzi forages the country for traditional and unusual shapes to include in the vast Rustichella d’Abruzzo pasta cornucopia. Learn more about Rustichella d’Abruzzo.