Skip to comments.Barilla: ‘Gays can eat someone else’s pasta’
Posted on 09/26/2013 2:50:54 PM PDT by lowbridge
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Fine product, Barilla. When it’s sale price is the cheapest, it’s my first choice in pasta.
Poor guy should have known better than to speak of the gheys unless it was to praise them for their perfectly normal behavior. /sarc
Me too, and they are very good. I will be stocking up.
I’m glad to see there are consumers of fine pasta products here on FR!
I stocked up on Barilla last week - 0.89/pound.
Barilla, DeCecco and Pastene are the three best brands, IMO. Although DeCecco is expensive (used to be cheap at the dollar store) and Pastene can be expensive.
Barilla is the goods.
Barilla pasta is on sale this week too. It is 88 cents at Shop Rite here in New York. Sounds like a good time to stock up!
At least, we won’t have to wonder where Barilla’s pasta has been . . .
I am a person of primarily Italian heritage going back to the turn of the 20th century from the 19th. As a family we are 100% American(who fought in 2 world wars) but we still keep an Italian food tradition. in the 50s Italian made pasta was not as good as the semolina wheat in post war Italy was poor. Of late the Italian pasta can be superior to American made. I still have gravitated(not always) toward such American companies as Ronzoni, which makes excellent domestic pasta. when I do buy foreign brands it is usually no name Italian brands that I buy at the local pork store(in NY an Italian butcher/grocery that makes its own sausage and other meat delicacies ).
I will now buy Barilla(more often) which is an excellent domestically made pasta with Italian ownership.
you really believe that you are getting so called ‘organic’ foods??? Don't delude yourself.
this shape pasta used to be called wagon wheel pasta.
at closer examination it looks like a sphincter.
They caved with a grovelling apology today.
I thought the gays (gay men anyway) preferred tossed salad over pasta...
We all know how THIS is going to end.
How apparent it is that today’s world doesn’t live any different than that of the days of Sodom & Gomorrah. And many of us know what happened at that point...
God help us all...is all I can say.
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