Pasta is taking on inspiring, out of the box shapes, thanks to BluRhapsody, a 3-D printer created by Barilla (blurhapsody.com).
Chefs can choose from 11 special forms and various colours and flavours or cook up their own vision. As more restaurants embrace the tech, don’t be surprised if one of these lands on your plate soon.
If you want some of these Pasta noodles for your next dinner party, its costly. Some of the pasta is going for 55 Euro’s which is about $80 Canadian.