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Fresh Pasta Recipe: A Lockdown Special

Fresh, homemade pasta with stracciatella and tomato sauce. Here is an easy and sustainable recipe with chef Riccardo Ferrante. An Écotable initiative

Quarantine pasta

What is the Écotable community?

This homemade pasta recipe is an initiative by the Écotable community, which promotes and supports the eco-responsible approach of the various restaurant and local businesses. Since coronavirus has shut down kitchens around the world, these chefs are working together to make sure that responsible food is still being created around the world. Every day they prepare and deliver healthy meals in the area. For those outside of the European area, they are shining a spotlight on the support network of restaurants and chefs via social media. Their latest campaign was to finance quality meals for caregivers including nurses, doctors, and emergency room personnel. In four days, they raised enough to provide meals to 4,287 individuals which was 757% more than their original goal of 500 meals.

Riccardo Ferrante, the chef making the pasta in this video, is the chef at Solina in Paris, France. The restaurant opened in 2018 after Ferrante and his childhood best friend Fabio established a successful wine bar in 2010 and pizzeria in 2015 back in their hometown of Vasto, Italy. Their key to success is Ferrante’s insistence of making homemade pasta daily in the style of their home region Abruzzo. As of March 26, there have been 74,386 cases in their home country of Italy with 7,503 deaths.

What can you do?

Created in 2018 to create visibility for eco-conscious restaurants who give back to their community, the Écotable community initiative now has over 5,700 instagram followers. To help contribute to the cause, visit their facebook page to donate to their quality meals for caregivers campaign. Locally, there have been several online campaigns to stimulate restaurant businesses including Takeout Tuesday in the United States as well as the encouragement of several internet stars for their fans to buy gift certificates to local restaurants and businesses to use after the stay-at-home orders and advisories are lifted.

Brut.

03/26/2020 11:49 AM

20 comments

  • Nancy M.
    03/31/2020 22:33

    What is stracciatella??

  • Hilary C.
    03/31/2020 00:59

    Cool!

  • John Y.
    03/30/2020 22:27

    would love to try, break in my pasta machine.....but can't get any flour anywhere for shit!!

  • Eppie P.
    03/30/2020 03:48

    Nakakagutom

  • Sarah G.
    03/29/2020 20:42

    You got to be able to get flour to make pasta. It's just as hard to get 😂

  • Ashley L.
    03/29/2020 11:26

    Not so easy if you cant get flour

  • Wendy E.
    03/29/2020 10:35

    to help with boredom!

  • Halei R.
    03/29/2020 10:01

    I could fall asleep to this

  • Mark B.
    03/29/2020 06:25

    Very good, 40p a bag in shop, yawn

  • Paula L.
    03/28/2020 19:24

    But when idiots take all the flour eggs n tinned tomatoes how the heck we even manage this 🙄🤷🏼‍♀️

  • Erika E.
    03/28/2020 19:09

    😍😍😍😍

  • Diane K.
    03/28/2020 09:37

    i can make that for dad’s birthday

  • Paulette B.
    03/28/2020 07:57

    Must try this ♥️

  • Michaela W.
    03/28/2020 07:56

    I'm going to try. It looks very delicious ❤️

  • Mary D.
    03/27/2020 15:44

    Laurie

  • Lewi W.
    03/27/2020 14:05

    Can I just point out that everyone who owns a pasta machine already knows how to make pasta

  • Madeleine O.
    03/27/2020 11:57

    V good

  • Maria T.
    03/27/2020 10:02

    sorry, do not mean to be negative, we used to do this 50 years ago............hoping it encourages young people????

  • Vijayraj P.
    03/26/2020 15:45

    what do you think?

  • Brut nature
    03/26/2020 12:56

    The Community brings together chefs and restaurant professional who are committed to sustainable food. They have decided to share their best daily recipes during the current lockdown. For more details: https://ecotable.fr/

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