Pasta from Capone’s

Posted in food, home cooking at 8:46 pm by wingerz


One of Jen’s classmates recommended that we check out Capone Foods, a food store specializing in fresh pasta right in our neighborhood (near Union Square, Somerville). While I was out running errands a few weeks ago I stopped by. As I stepped in through the door, I was greeted by a large glass-doored refrigerator full of pastas and sauces. A handy chart posted on the wall presented sauces and types of pasta in a matrix marked with the recommended combinations. After poring over the chart and soliciting a recommendation from the young lady behind the counter, I decided on chicken-prosciutto ravioli with tomato-porcini sauce. Somehow I was able to contain the temptation to pick up a freshly baked loaf of bread or some cheese.

We had the ravioli for dinner the following evening. Preparation was quick and easy. While I was expecting a little more flavor out of the ravioli, the texture was good and the sauce was robust and flavorful. Will definitely be heading back to sample the fresh pasta; the store may become a weekly stop on the way back from the farmer’s market this summer.


  1. John said,

    March 30, 2007 at 9:53 am

    That looks great! I wish I had known about that when I lived in Somerville.

  2. Lee said,

    March 30, 2007 at 2:44 pm

    Wing, stop flirting with the food lady.


  3. ~wingerz » Pasta with Marinara sauce said,

    February 11, 2008 at 12:01 am

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