In dialect pappare means eat. Their ancient tradition dates back to at least the Middle Ages; they were even admired by Boccaccio who mentioned them in Decameron and in a late work, Corbaccio. The traditional Neapolitan recipe that goes best with this pasta is Pappardelle con porcino di Avellino (with Avellino porcini mushrooms).
Garofalo – Pappardelle Nido
Garofalo Pappardelle Nido are a typical Tuscan dish, a speciality arisen from the passion and ancient knowledge of pasta masters.
Their porosity is the result of a delicate balance between premium ingredients and bronze drawing, allowing them to bind to sauces.
They remain al dente and have a full-bodied appearance.