93-year-old Nonna Rolls Out Rare Sardinian Pasta for All Saints Day

Lorighittas pasta look like twisted hoop earrings. They come from one town in Sardinia, called Morgongiori.

Every year, Cesaria — a 93-year-old nonna from Sardinia — rolls out her rare Lorighittas pasta, made only in Morgongiori.

The meal is being prepared for All Saints Day, which is celebrated on Nov. 1 across Italy.

Lorighittas look like twisted hoop earrings, and it’s a laborious effort to get the recipe just right.

The pasta is served with a chicken ragu, made of onion, garlic, parsley, white wine and tomato passata.

Watch Cesaria hard at work, below: 

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