How to Make 29 Handmade Pasta Shapes With 4 Types of Dough | Handcrafted | Bon Appétit

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Catlily Holmes : There’s a 27 minute video on making pasta, and I think that’s beautiful

Olivia : I never knew there were so many types of pasta. All I know are spaghetti pasta, macaroni pasta, twisty pasta, butterfly (bow tie) pasta, shell pasta and ravioli.

Scorpionic : Oh boy you are talented, I can’t even remember five of these pastas 👏🏻

Faris Ariaputra : At the end of the video only to realize there's the shape of the pasta at the right upper corner...

Jose Brazil : Screw reviewing for exams, 27 minutes of pasta has more value.

Nate : He toucha his spaghet. Nice.

Trần Minh Hiếu : Time stamps: - Semolina dough 0:52 Cavatelli 1:16 Malloreddus 1:46 Lorighittas 2:26 Cencioni 2:58 Capunti 3:41 Strascinati 3:57 Culurgionis 6:00 Sagne ingannulate - Egg dough 7:23 Fusilli al ferretto 8:08 Tagliatelle 9:08 Tortellini 12:07 Cappellacci di zucca 12:40 Tortellini piacentini 13:13 Farfalle (bowtie) 14:00 Garganelli 14:38 Anolini 15:40 Cappelletti 16:34 Tacliolini 17:08 Agnolotti (ravioli) 17:59 Sacchetti - Spinach dough 19:46 Foglie d'ulivo 20:20 Trofie 20:58 Fagiolini 21:32 Pappardelle 22:18 Maccheroni alla chitarra - Squid Ink dough 24:12 Orecchiette al nero di seppia 24:43 Strichetti 25:20 Fettuccine al nero di seppia 25:44 Corzetti

ToyTubeTV : Who in the world gives this a thumbs down??? LOL, 1% of people must be misclicking :D

bird271828 : I feel like I just got a PhD in making pasta. Thank you for sharing :-)

foster_the_shota_thread : i think the hardest part of doing these is trying to pronounce the names without sounding stupid

Mark Harris : There are some great pasta videos on YouTube, but yours is the best I’ve seen. Great commentary, great understanding of the history and regions of the pasta but your skills were the best of all. Excellent, very well done indeed.

Dancey Johnson : Luca: "It's very difficult to make." weaves quickly and perfectly Me: "I believe you." (firmly believes that if she cannot PRONOUNCE the food, she has no business trying to CREATE the food)

Kevin Hagler : I love how all these great pastas essentialy came from wise guys who like to play with their food.

Luna Stark : I'm italian, a real fan of pasta but I swear I never heard of most of these types of pasta here in Italy 😂

MadE : Can you share the recipe for the doughs?

Tosh T : *_Bravo!_* Damn, that was awesome. Fantastic skills and the commentary was superb but much love for all the tools and boards. And not sure why but I got a kick out of the animated pasta in the upper right. 🤔😀 Well done, BA.

JWentu : Congratulations! ths is a very interesting and well done video. I appreciate your effort with italian pronounciation, very good for an american/english native. (just a few "errors", like: it's tènero, not tenèro) I am from Parma, Emilia Romagna, and I was waiting for your cappelletti and anolini. It's important to stress that you gave indications for the filling, but every family will have a different one and very often with meat. There are sort of religous wars about how to call the different forms of pasta. For instance: for all my life I called stuffed pasta in my family "cappelletti" but almost everyone else here calls them "anolini" and I am considered an heretic, wort of flogging or stoning for this sin... yes, food and pasta are quite important around here... nice work!

annie mody : I'm from India & I'm totally Fascinated by the sheer artistry of the pasta shapes & the dexterity of the gentleman making them. It was awe inspiring to see them all & as a person who LOVES pasta I can feel the deliciousness through the utility of each shape. Totally blown away by this video thanks so very much !

eequalsmcdonald : Impeccably clean work. These's great energy and care that goes into making pasta like this.

asdfghjk : This video is beyond cool! That dude made all these processes look effortless. Super interesting and captivating. I loved learning about different types of pasta and where they are from. And all the methods and tools! Have kind of a longing to try making pasta from scratch but it's not likely. Now my other dilemma is to restrain myself from going on a "how to make pasta" (or how to make various food items) video rampage marathon and just go to sleep instead. 😥

Water Nebula : Somebody toucha my 29 types of sphaget

Anna Djamila Lima : Damn! This guy knows what he is doing for sureee. This is so hypnotizing and amazingggggggg!!

Cihara : the orecchiette are a little bigger than they are traditionally and you chose a lot of weird kinds of pasta lmao! but this video was very nice and i think it's also accurate. i like the fact that there's a little bit of history about it too. my italian national pride obliges me to comment about not seeing lasagna, gnocchi and reginelle or ziti, but i guess they weren't as fun to watch being made! great video!

Alejandra Malavé Cortez : you know it's finals week when i'm watching this at 2am on a thursday

Rick : ...I just fangirl-ed over a type of pasta... I'm a 15 year old boy. Why.

Massimo Gigante : Pasta is NOT from China. this is a common misconception

Linh Dinh : I was so confused because I read the title as ‘Handsome Pasta’ And I’m like whatttttt😂😄😁

Pära : I don't know if anyone's said this yet but I was floored because the way you make tortellini is EXACTLY like how you make wontons. And wontons are traditionally for soup as well! You fold it exactly the same, have to portion the filling out the same, everything - we even use paper-thin egg dough for wonton wrappers! It's incredible the similarities that different cultures have :)

Pete Hogan : This man has incredible manual dexterity. He makes it look so easy and relaxing.

Todoroki Shōto : a 30 min bon appetit video im living

None of your business : Marco Polo did not bring pasta to Italy from China. Evidence of pasta in Italy has been found from hundreds of years before Marco Polo was born.

Michael Alvarado : did i just spend 26 min watching someone make different pasta shapes, absolutely.

Mitchell White : he looks like al from toy story

Katrina Mclinton : Boy if I hear another word that ends in INI.. Loooooooord!

Justus Attanasio : Lol the camera man missed every shot I wanted to see. Couldn't see the the design on half the rolled ones. Couldn't see what his hands were doing on most of the intricate ones. Interesting, but frustrating.

Random Person : Says a noodle is hard to make: Makes it in 3 seconds

proguy : Ravioli ravioli, this video longioli

Sofia Ligeiro : Making pasta is an art ❤

gabrielle.s : My Italian heart is very happy. This was so interesting and lovely xx

HBSurf : Culurgionis = Italian Dumplings

Costanza Giorgi : The speaker is so funny cause all the Italian words are pronounced wrong lol

Kate : This guy is awesome, and now I want pasta

Okemos Tech : What a fabulous tutorial!! There is SO much to learn in this world, about EVERYTHING. Not all of it makes me salivate as much as this. And what a great artisan, thank you for the education.

Walmart Drug Cartel : i love these kinds of videos so much. i think the close ups were nice and understandable for the set up [ even if id appreciate closer ones!! ;3c ] . please keep bringing this content...

Snollygoster : Culurgionis - it is vareniki (вареники), traditional Ukrainian dish.

SpellboundTonight : I'm going to watch this, everytime I crave nice pasta, right before I hie myself off to Shoprite to procure the equivalent.

Andrea Anesa : I've never heard 1/3 of those and I'm an italian born and raised in Italy

Marcus Zyker : The Bob Ross of pasta

PrognatusSeptem : Very good meditation to watch this. Thank you so much. Subd +1

prcornbread214 : It's nice to see this but even cooler with pasta grannies