Orzo - No. 65
Barley is not found in many Italian regional cuisines, but it does appear in the North, thanks to the influence of nearby Austria. Our imported Orzo pasta is not made with barley, but was named for its shape, similar to a large grain of barley or rice. Made exclusively of Puglia-grown durum wheat semolina, Orzo can be eaten in soups, where it adds heartiness and its interesting shape, or in salads, mixed with sautéed fresh vegetables.
Weight: 1 lb.