"What I love most about fresh pasta is its exceptionally tender texture and fresh flavor," says Diane James of Lexington, who made spaghetti in her Mentelle Park kitchen with daughter Katie James. Diane James says that with practice — she has made pasta for years — it has become faster to make fresh pasta than to drive to the grocery to buy it in a box.
"What I love most about fresh pasta is its exceptionally tender texture and fresh flavor," says Diane James of Lexington, who made spaghetti in her Mentelle Park kitchen with daughter Katie James. Diane James says that with practice — she has made pasta for years — it has become faster to make fresh pasta than to drive to the grocery to buy it in a box. ALL
"What I love most about fresh pasta is its exceptionally tender texture and fresh flavor," says Diane James of Lexington, who made spaghetti in her Mentelle Park kitchen with daughter Katie James. Diane James says that with practice — she has made pasta for years — it has become faster to make fresh pasta than to drive to the grocery to buy it in a box. ALL

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