We bought a package of rainbow colored bean-shaped pasta in Pienza, Italy, called fagiolini arcobaleno (the black ones were colored with squid ink) one September. The next summer I cooked them up with a quick simple sauce. Olive oil, garlic, white wine, fresh picked tomatoes coarsely chopped, Italian parsley, and for the last few minutes fresh picked basil and a few shrimp we had on hand. Bright colors, bright taste, great with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc - one of the joys of a Sacramento garden.
We bought a package of rainbow colored bean-shaped pasta in Pienza, Italy, called fagiolini arcobaleno (the black ones were colored with squid ink) one September. The next summer I cooked them up with a quick simple sauce. Olive oil, garlic, white wine, fresh picked tomatoes coarsely chopped, Italian parsley, and for the last few minutes fresh picked basil and a few shrimp we had on hand. Bright colors, bright taste, great with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc - one of the joys of a Sacramento garden. Steve Caple
We bought a package of rainbow colored bean-shaped pasta in Pienza, Italy, called fagiolini arcobaleno (the black ones were colored with squid ink) one September. The next summer I cooked them up with a quick simple sauce. Olive oil, garlic, white wine, fresh picked tomatoes coarsely chopped, Italian parsley, and for the last few minutes fresh picked basil and a few shrimp we had on hand. Bright colors, bright taste, great with a glass of Sauvignon Blanc - one of the joys of a Sacramento garden. Steve Caple

Food & Drink

Take Your Best Shot: Fagiolini arcobaleno

June 13, 2015 5:00 PM

Comments

Videos