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  • Reginetti: This delicate ribbon-shaped pasta is almost too pretty to eat -- almost. It's traditionally paired with equally delicate sauces, but we think it holds up just as well with a meat ragu. Pick from semolina or a blend of whole grain wheat.
  • Trumpets: Campanelle means "little bell" in Italian, and is said to look like either a flower or a horn. Regardless of what shape you see, this the pasta you bring out for your thickest sauces -- despite the delicate name, it can handle it. Snap these up in Porcini or Semolina varieties.
  • Saffron Malloreddus: Shaped similarly to cavatelli -- do as the Sardinians do and serve this pasta with tomato sauce, fresh mint and pecorino.
  • Fusilli: Fusilli’s fun curlicues hold on to sauces nicely, meaning you get a balanced bite of sauce and pasta. Choose from Sriracha or Beet flavors.