Carrabba’s Italian Grill breaks down the wide variety of pasta shapes in a video featuring food historian and author Francine Segan and corporate head chef Jay Smith. They key is to match sauce with the proper shape, Segan and Smith agree. Penne with a simple tomato sauce, shells with five-cheese sauce and linguine with a tomato-cream seafood sauce are highlighted.
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