VIDEO: How to pronounce pasta types properly
That fear of dread that comes over you when you're in an Italian restaurant and the waiter comes around to you for your order. It's not your first time ordering the "paccheri arrabbiata" but you've never quite shaken that feeling that you're butchering the pronounciation, as you say it with faux confidence, and the waiter is just being too polite to correct you.
Well, to get you out of this eternal downward spiral, we turned to Raffaele Ruggeri to clear a few things up for us. As the CEO of BiCE Restaurant Group, which runs more than 30 Italian restaurants globally, we thought he'd be the right guy to set the record straight.