Far from the boxed ravioli and pasta shells sold in the supermarket – which are a daily pleasure for young and old that no one minds – here are the luxury Italian products offered by Che Pasta Nonna! Mafaldine, linguine, campannelle, gnocchi, ravioli, lasagna, this caterer based in Blagnac in Haute-Garonne offers a wide range of pastas and sauces prepared with local organic products, with original recipes that combine transalpine culinary tradition and Occitan terroir .
Diego Homps, settled in France since 2006, was born and raised in Argentina, where Italian culture has infused local customs for a century, following a wave of immigration. It is not so much the recipes that have been passed down from generation to generation, but rather the family spirit and the Sunday and gourmet reunions around the “nonna”, the granny.
Pasta is the basis of the caterer’s activity, whether it is dry, fresh, or used for home-prepared dishes, such as lasagna and ravioli.
Diego Homps: “With our raw materials, it is the quality that we are looking for, with our production, our way of doing things, to give customers dishes, results that are really reminiscent of the cuisine of yesteryear, in which we really tasted. »
One of the specialties of the house is the ravioli, the content of which is the subject of all attention: the recipes are worked to bring originality, and the pleasure of taste thanks to good local products.