About National Linguine Day
Linguine is a type of pasta that originates from Italy. It is a long, flat pasta that is similar in shape to spaghetti, but it is slightly wider. The word "linguine" means "little tongues" in Italian, referring to its shape.
Linguine is made from wheat flour and water, and it is usually served with a variety of sauces, such as pesto, marinara, or clam sauce. It is a versatile pasta that can be used in a variety of dishes, and it pairs well with both lighter, delicate sauces and heavier, creamier sauces.
Linguine is a popular pasta dish in Italian cuisine and it's widely used in many different dishes such as pasta with seafood, pesto, and meat-based sauces. It can be enjoyed in many ways, from a simple dish with olive oil and garlic to more elaborate ones with clams or seafood. Linguine is a staple in Italian cuisine, and is widely available in many stores and restaurants.