Rolling out the dough, in the Maccari home, was more than a simple action: it was an art, one that was at the same time both ancient and daily, a ritual that involved all the family and which the children looked upon with awe and amazement. Those skilful hands that mixed, rolled out and cut the pasta, those aromas and flavours and the joy of sharing them were part of daily life for the whole family, and their simple way of being happy.

Mani che rompono l'uovo nella farina per iniziare a impastare


It was precisely this recollection that was behind the desire to turn that special pasta-making art into an occupation. The recipe is still the same, the one that grandmother used, just like the passion for making it and that genuine and unforgettable pasta taste, a sure recipe for happiness.