In the town of Pianella, artisan pasta maker Gianluigi Peduzzi maintains the proud Rustichella d' Abruzzo tradition started by his grandfather. What makes Rustichella d' Abruzzo different from all other pastas? They are made from two natural ingredients: stone-ground durum wheat flour from hard winter wheat and pure well water. These two ingredients, when mixed together and extruded through handcarved bronze dyes, produce a textured pasta that holds the sauce beautifully.
Linguine is a kind of pasta which is like a flattened spaghetti originating from the Campania region of Italy. The name means "little tongues" in the Italian language.