Hidden in the streets of Bari, Italy is a small alley where a dozen grannies make fresh pasta by hand every day. They have been there for decades, carrying forward a tradition passed down over generations. Today, Via Arco Basso, the alley where they live and work, has become a rite of passage for tourists and locals looking for great pasta and a breath of authenticity. One of the grannies, Nunzia Caputo, shows us how she makes Bari’s most emblematic pasta shape: orecchiette with semolina flour.
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How Grannies Make Fresh Pasta In The Streets Of Bari, Italy | Regional Eats