Gnocchi, spaghetti, ramen, ravioli––We could keep going all day. Instead, we'll let these pasta recipes speak for themselves.
Instead of grainy ricotta cheese, this ziti gets a drizzle of Parmesan cream.
Ripe tomato adds fruitiness to this pesto from Sicily.
Pasta with a light and creamy sauce and tender chunks of tuna.
Oversized ravioli filled with a ring of creamy ricotta surrounding a perfectly intact, perfectly runny yolk.
Deep purple-red beets are used to transform classic fresh egg pasta into an eye-catching but simple main course.
Turn spring vegetables into a creamy pasta sauce instead of soup.
Bacon-jalapeño mac and cheese so easy, you can make it drunk.
A classic fall pasta dish of squash and pasta tossed in a creamy, nutty brown butter sauce with sage.
Stuffed shells, brought to their logical conclusion.
A hearty pasta, sausage, and cheese casserole, no oven required.
A warming winter staple.
A simple meatball recipe on which to build your own Friday-night traditions.
Mushrooms are the key to this vegan rendition of one of our favorite Sichuan noodle dishes.
Perfectly simple pasta.
Are you guilty as charged?
The pasta shape reference you never knew you needed.
We bust some pasta myths wide open (P.S. You're probably using too much water)
Sometimes you want your pasta to be bright pink, dammit! Here's how @eatandcry does it
Let @eatandcry show you how to make picture-perfect ravioli
Making tortellini from scratch? Totally hardcore. @eatandcry shows you how
Take your pasta maker out of its basement hidey-hole. It's time to crank out some killer fettuccine.
How the simple act of gathering for dinner with friends transformed one family's life.
Starchy water equals perfectly sauced pasta.
"Salty like the sea"? No, not that salty, please.
Pasta hot takes
Our pasta-shape tournament marches on.
Six pasta-centric songs to groove to for Starch Madness.
An Italian artisanal pasta-maker on the importance of flour.
Everything you need to make the best fresh pasta at home.
Dive into the magical world of fresh pasta with @eatandcry's favorite cookbooks on the market