Pot Pie

pile of pot pie squares

Pot Pie Bows and Squares are traditional egg-based pasta shapes just like Mom used to make from scratch.


pile of pastina

Italian for “tiny dough,” Pastina is the smallest shape we make; if you look closely, they’re in the shape of a five-pointed star. Pastina works best in light soups. It is often made in single servings for one of a toddler’s first foods.


pile of orzo

The Italian translation for orzo is “barley,” but it’s actually a small rice-shaped pasta. A great rice substitute, Orzo works well in soups, stews, pilafs, side dishes and salads.

Acini Di Pepe

pile of acini di pepe

Italian for “peppercorns,” Acini Di Pepe look like tiny bead-shaped pasta. Acini Di Pepe works well in any soup or cold salads; try our famous classic “Frog’s Eye Salad” that’s fun for kids.


pile of ditalini

“Little thimbles” in Italian. A smaller cousin of elbow macaroni, ditalini is a straight smooth tubular shape. Ditalini is versatile and can be used in hearty soups, stews, salads and side dishes. Ditalini is often the shape used in Pasta Fagioli (“pasta and beans”), a classic thick Italian soup.