spaghetti or linguine, hands down.
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I like rigatoni because the ridges catch the sauce.
My first instinct is spaghetti since that's what I'm used to.
Also, I just read this today which you may find useful: http://www.cooksillustrated...
Rigatoni and penne are rigid enough to hold the sauce, and tagliatelle is wide enough to get a decent covering too. That's what I use when I'm in a Lady and the Tramp mood, rigatoni the rest of the time.
(Anna del Conte's book Pasta is a fantastic guide to pasta shapes / sauce matches)
tagliatelle or rigatoni
Thanks so much everyone!
If you get rigatoni or penne, make sure to get the rigate so that you have the ridges!
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Well, if you were actually in Bologna they would say pappardelle or tagiatelle. Which is not to talk trash on you rigatoni or penne fans, but that's the way it is.
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