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Fun ideas for a pasta party: Decorate festively. Use nutritious pastas. Invite your family and friends.
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Host: October 25th is World Pasta day, a day to celebrate pasta. For centuries families have gather around the table to enjoy each other and the great taste of macaroni, spaghetti, rigatoni, lasagna and penne. An international celebration since 1995, every country celebrates individually. This year Catelli Canada’s number one pasta manufacturer wants Canadians to join in the festivities. Chef Massimo Capra owner of Italian restaurant Mistura and Sopra has the reputation of being one of the best Italian Chef’s in Canada. Chef Massimo Capra: World Pasta Day is a day to celebrate the global love and popularity of this food. Pasta is kind a number one comfort food, it has a reputation of being delicious and satisfying and there is nothing like gathering friends and family around the table to celebrate each other in life with the big bowl of pasta. Host: Pasta is statue of originated more than 3000 years ago, ancient Greeks and Romans further develop the dish and pasta became widely popular as Italian explorers sell to the new worlds. But it was Italian immigration that sparks wine spread consumption around the world. In 1867 the year of the Canada was born and ended that from Italy by the name of Carlo Honrado Catelli as establishers the country’s first pasta plant on Saint Paul Street in Old Montreal. He begins by making macaroni and vermachilli by hand and was the first to introduce machines in 1920. Today Catelli as Canada’s largest pasta manufacturer, 150 million boxes of pasta are produce each year at there plant in Montreal. Given each remarkable history the company continues to be a leader in the industry with the development of Catelli’s smart pasta. Rob Kowal is the Chair of the Toronto Chapter of the Canadian Institute of Food in Science Technology and President of Kriscor and Associates. Rob Kowal: Today’s pasta may look the same as they did in pasta; however Catelli has reinvented Canada’s favorite food by adding natural healthy ingredients like immuline. Catelli’s smart pasta is a white pasta with three times of fiber of regular white pasta and is an example of how far pasta has come. A nutritional benefit is built right in of the pasta making a food innovation that Canadians are literally eating up. Host: This years world pasta day theme is pasta meals on every family table. Catelli is inviting everyone to join in the celebration by hosting a smart pasta family and friends party and help a Canadian child in need by any Catelli product on October 24th and 25th and the donation of 10 cents will be made to Canadian feed the children. For more information on donations, to enter the contest or for tips on preparing the perfect world pasta day meal visit www.smartpasta.ca.