Linguine originated in Liguria, a coastal region of Italy, and the name translates to "Little Tongues" given it's shape.
Each piece of pasta was slowly crafted with infinite care in the family owned Rummo factory of Benevento in the region of Campania, Italy.
Traditionally, you would use a tasty Genoese pesto, however Linguine is extremely versatile. Given Liguria is seaside, a delicious option would be to use sauces containing shellfish, lobster or squid ink.
Each piece of pasta was slowly crafted with infinite care in the family-owned Rummo factory of Benevento in the region of Campagnia, Italy.
Rummo pasta tradition start back in 1846 when Antonio Rummo launches the family business of milling wheat.