Foodies should bite on this well-made travelogue, as chef Evan Funke goes to Italy to find some of the more unique and forgotten shapes of pasta. That sounds a little ridiculous for a premise, but the filmmakers prove respectful and loving of the topic, sucking you in. In the first episode, Funke goes to a tiny Southern town where their handmade shape is going extinct. "We are trying to preserve the shape. It's our identity," he is told. The show is beautifully shot but comes with a warning: If you tune in, you'll crave just one thing for dinner.
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