NEW YORK -- "They call it fresh pasta, but it's got a six-month expiration [date]," lamented food writer Michele Scicolone -- the author of the cookbooks The Antipasto Table, La Dolce Vita and A Fresh Taste of Italy. She was pointing out one of the contradictions that she said create confusion among supermarket shoppers when they are trying to decide what pasta to prepare that evening. In an interview with SN, Scicolone expressed her belief that the fresh pasta section could start to ...

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