The 10 Commandments of Cooking Pasta
If I could eat pasta every day of my life, I would . . . and I basically do. OK maybe not every day, but what I'm getting at is that I know a lot about pasta, and thanks to my Italian mom and informative trip to Italy, I've got pocket full of pasta secrets. No one wants a plate of overcooked or underseasoned pasta, and you might be making minor mistakes without even realizing it. From salting the water to choosing the right pasta shape, there are little steps that make all the difference. You deserve cheesy, carby perfection — here's how to get it every time.