Sfoglini Sfoglini Trumpets
Formed on bronze molds and rolled to resemble campanelli (that's "little bells" in Italian), this pasta has a slightly rough texture perfect for soaking up sauce. Flowers, horns, bells, whatever you call them, these trumpets by any other name would taste as delicious. Quick Facts Origin: Brooklyn, NY Unit Size: 16 oz. The Flavor Experience You don't have to be Louis Armstrong to enjoy these little horns. Made with organic durum semolina flour, Sfoglini Trumpets are formed using traditional bronze molds like they do in Italy. Made in small batches and dried at low temperatures to maximize flavor and texture, these trumpets will be instrumental to your next Italian meal. The Story Sfoglini is an artisinal, small batch pasta company based in Brooklyn. Founded by Steve Gonzalez, a chef and Vetri veteran --he's also the guy who gave us Zavino here in Philly-- and Scott Ketchum, Sfoglini churns out fourteen different varities of traditional pasta, all made using organic flours and local ingredients plucked straight from farms and markets in NYC. You can find Sfoglini pastas on dinner plates at over 30 different restaurants in New York, or right in your own mailbox, with their Pasta of the Month Club. Usage Tips Try Sfoglini Trumpets in cold pasta salads, covered with a chunky meat sauce, or baked in a cassarole. Their unique bell shape makes them perfect at catching all that creamy cassarole goodness.