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  1. investigations
    The Very Real, Totally Bizarre Bucatini Shortage of 2020What the hole is going on?
  2. lawsuits
    Barilla Sued for ‘Substantially’ Underfilling BoxesA lawsuit claims Barilla is screwing customers out of as much as 25 percent of their noodles.
  3. Food Fight
    Carbonaragate Scandal Rocks EuropeItalians are outraged over a one-pot French recipe for carbonara, which includes onions and — what’s this? — crème fraîche. Oh, no.
  4. Mac And Ease
    New Noodle Technology: Now There’s Pasta That Doesn’t Require You toAnd with that, the world’s home cooks just got a little lazier.
  5. Al Dente
    New York’s Barilla Restaurant Aims to Be the Chipotle of SpaghettiPlans are in place for three Manhattan stores.
  6. Future of Food
    Barilla Seeks Redemption in the Form of 3-D Pasta PrintingThe goal is to create a device that can print fifteen to twenty pieces of pasta every two minutes.
  7. Bigotoni
    Barilla Tries to Recover From Chairman’s Anti-Gay CommentsLook at how accepting Barilla is now!
  8. Bigotoni
    Gluten Intolerance: 48 People Who Definitely Won’t Be Buying Barilla Pasta“It doesn’t matter with whom you do it, it only matters that you do it al dente.”
  9. Basta Pasta
    Barilla Chairman Says Gays ‘Can Eat Pasta From Another Manufacturer’“Ours is a classic family where the woman plays a fundamental role,” says Guido Barilla.
  10. Fatty Acids
    Italy Braces for McPastaIt’s all about the Mediterranean diet.
  11. Mediavore
    Batali’s Celebrity Cookbook; Gisele Offends Football Fans With CabernetFor the second year in a row, Barilla has released a downloadable cookbook featuring Mario Batali’s recipes for cooking for celebs like Natalie Portman and Stanley Tucci. You may have to fill out a stupid survey to access it, but for every download Barilla is donating $1 to America’s Second Harvest. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Food Network chef Robert Irvine, whose bulging muscles put together meals on Dinner: Impossible, turns out to be huge liar, having fabricated a past that involves being a knight in England and being a full-fledged White House chef. [St. Petersburg Times via Gawker] Irritable chef Gordon Ramsay likes to relax with a Sunday supper of roast beef, over which he likes to emphasize manners and social skills with his children. [WSJ]