I had wanted to post up a basic Pasta Chart for my reference.
But this book came to mind, because of it’s interesting way of print to showcase pasta in all its forms.
I have yet to have a browse through with the book, but to say the least.
What an interesting way to look at food and learn your Italian staple!
Here’s a Visual of the Pasta Grid below, but Click HERE to visit the actual page site.
NOTE: Hover your mouse over each shape for Pasta Name :)
Inspired by the 1,200 named pasta shapes, designer Caz Hildebrand and chef Jacob Kenedy created a stylish new cookbook that pairs minimalist black-and-white drawings with recipes from London’s Bocca di Lupo. The book hopes to give non-Italians a proficiency in the skill of pairing pasta shape and sauces. When you pick it up in paper, The Geometry of Pasta book jacket doubles as a striking fold-out poster. And its website has recipes and an equally impressive guide to pasta shapes. – Extracted via www.good.is