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AcronymDefinition
PASTAPoisson Arrivals See Time Averages
PASTAProcess Algebra and Stochastically Timed Activities (workshop)
PASTAPresence Advanced Services for Telco Applications (IBM)
PASTAPower Aware Sensing, Tracking and Analysis (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency; US Air Force)
PASTAParenting the Second Time Around (elder care)
PASTAPartial Articular Side Tear of the Rotator Cuff
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Master Pasta Maker's Tips for Perfect Pasta Every Time:
If you are in the habit of adding a few drops of oil to the pasta to keep it from sticking, know that this will prevent it from soaking in the flavours of the sauce too.
The whole-wheat pasta contained whole-wheat flour and whole eggs.
Leftover lasagna can be chopped and tossed with extra sauce and chopped tomatoes to make a lasagna pasta salad.
The "Pasta Fits" campaign seeks to reinforce to consumers the message that pasta fits their lifestyle, budget and diet.
If you visited Florence or Naples in the 16th century, you would have seen pasta hung out to dry on clotheslines.
The fresh sector, which was driving growth last year, is underperforming as fresh filled pasta has declined in value year-on-year.
Also, on occasion, the kitchen comes up with an outstanding off-menu pasta special, as it did one day at lunchtime with its puffy, fluffy, spinach gnocchi in a creamy gorgonzola sauce ($11).
Charles Silver, an assistant curator in the film department and an original PASTA member, says he crossed the picket line because Local 2110 distorted management's position and ignored the worker's interests.
Other pasta shapes, like noodles or bow ties, are cut out of flat sheets of dough.
You can get the same effect with pasta by sandwiching fresh herbs and flowers between transparent, ready-made wonton or egg roll wrappers.
This databook is a detailed information resource covering all the key data points on Pasta and Noodles in North America.