World Pasta Day

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Darine Dizon

It’s October 25th!  Although many people may not have heard about this, 40 pasta producers held their first world pasta conference back in 1995.  That’s right, it’s World Pasta Day!  This popular dish being served all around the world became popular in the late 19th century due to Italian immigrants moving (specifically coming from Naples).  One of our former presidents, President Jefferson, said that during his stay in Paris, he was given this food called “macaroni,” but it could’ve been any pasta.  Regardless if it was macaroni or not, you can celebrate the day with a macaroni and cheese, either by making some, buying it, or going to a restaurant.