The classic egg version of tagliatelle are typical of Bolognese cuisine. Legend has it that they were invented to honour the splendid golden hair of Lucrezia Borgia and to celebrate her marriage to the Duke of Ferrara, Alfonso I d’Este. What is certain is that Filippo Tommaso Marinetti, an exponent of Futurism, tried to ban them along with maccheroni, calling them “anti-virile” and “anti-warrior”.
Garofalo – Tagliatelle
With a long, rectangular and flattened shape, Garofalo Tagliatelle Nido are a reinterpretation of the classic shape.
Highly-select durum wheat semolina is bronze drawn to give rise to this speciality with a rough and thick consistency, which adds flavour to every dish.