Pasta Disaster?

How embarrassing! Within minutes of posting my last recipe, I realized that I had not, in fact, prepared fettuccine, but tagliatelle.  I guess I was just too caught up in the alliteration of my recipe name to notice what I was actually cooking! You could, of course, prepare it with actual fettuccine, but the textures won’t be quite as compatible.

Can anybody think of a better clever name for ‘Tagliatelle with fennel and feta’?

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5 comments on “Pasta Disaster?
  1. Stick with fettuccine, I bet most people won’t notice and if they do you can say “Oh, you Brits are so quaint with your funny words.” Seems to work for cilantro, arugula and biscuits and gravy. 😉

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  2. Ellen Hawley says:

    Tagliatele and tennel?

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