Presto Pasta Night 156

Whenever we look forward to the biggest happening in our lives, more often than not it’s coupled with much enthusiasm and joy, isn’t it? Well, the long wait is over for the grandest event yet for Our Taste of Life. The table is now filled and oozing with sensory stimuli from all the dishes that came in. With this gastronomic ensemble, this is utterly a parade of stars! I am simply lost for gustatory words to describe how creative and scrumptious the pasta dishes are. Undoubtedly, each is a star in its own right.



Thank you to Ruth Daniels, the brain behind this much awaited weekly pasta lovers’ event. Through PPN, there’s simply no dull moment for our noodle bowls and pasta plates. Instead, it always feels like a party just like today. Consequently, what could be more stimulating than a “world pasta party”?! So, grab your favorite spoon and fork or chopsticks and let’s all dig in to what the world has to offer…
Our first stop is the table from Canada. This table is flowing with so much variety. From downright simple to the most fiery even to the most touching of all stories to tell behind the dish. I couldn't agree more with Ruth, every kitchen does tell a story. Aren't these a delightful feast to have?....


Pollo Bianca of Oriana from Doughader







Mahogany Fire Fire Noodles of Cynthia from Kitchen Slave


Angel Hair in Broth of Christine from Kitschow








Our next table is a fusion of countries that brought truly mouthwatering flavors. From UK and Greece, let's have hefty dollops of these...









The third table is known to be the home of the most passionate people in the world. And with the dishes they turned in, there's no doubt, this passion translates to their cooking as well. These are what Italy has to offer...


Nameless Low Carb Dish that resembles Lasagne of Judith from Think On It








From our most number of guests, the table from USA has the most robust of flavors and fusions. I am simply in awe with the creative juices flowing in here. This is pasta and noodle sophistication at its best!




Haluski of Chaya from Comfy Cook



Strawberry Balsamic Pesto Orzotto of Joanne from Joanne Eats well with Others







Simple and Easy Sausage Cart Spaghetti of Bob from I Cook Stuff




Tuscan Pot Pie of Cool Lassi from Pan Gravy Kadai Curry













And last but definitely not the least, the table from Asia. Two types of noodles showcasing the most popular kind of dishes in town.








and my homestyle Yaki Udon from the humble kitchen of Our Taste of Life.



With 20 dishes to be had, this was truly a bounty! Thank you to everyone for generously sharing your kitchen treasures. I hope you'll enjoy every nibble and must I say that we all deserve a satisfying slurp.


If you would like to join in the fun at PPN once again, next week's host will be no other than Ruth. Drop your gastronimic concoctions at ruth (at) 4everykitchen (dot) com.

Comments

Ruth Daniels said…
What a fantastic roundup. Kudos to everyone for such mouthwatering pastas. And to our illustrious guest host - bravo! You can host any time!

Don't forget everyone, I'm hosting next week so send your delicious entries to me - ruth (at) 4everykitchen (dot) com
doughadear said…
Good job! Truly a gastronomic delight.
Cynthia said…
Thanks for hosting this week! It looks fabulous!
italianmamachef said…
Oh my! So many great looking pasta dishes. I can't wait to give some of these a try. Thanks for hosting.
Cinnamon-Girl said…
What a delicious carb-fest! You did an excellent job on the round-up! Thanks for including me.
Bob said…
Great collection! Lots of ideas to try out.
Martha said…
What a delicious array of pasta dishes this week! I'll be making my rounds to visit this weekend. Thanks so much for hosting this week. Terrific job! :-)
Debinhawaii said…
So many different and wonderful recipes--I can't stop drooling! Thanks for hosting this week and including me.

Aloha,

Deb
Nic said…
Wow those pasta dishes look awsome and I love the way you've done the round -up :)
Katerina said…
Great round up! Congratulations.
Joanne said…
Beautiful round-up! So much variety here.
Thanks for hosting. You certainly have a group of mouthwatering dishes here.

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