Les Spaghettis aux herbes et ail

June 10, 2012

My business partner and I represented American artist Rico Zermeno (of Nice, France) at our Taylor~Gratzer Gallery in Los Angeles. During one of his summer visits to LA, Rico shared his recipe for this pasta  that I quickly named Les Spaghettis aux herbes et ail… ( his being from France after all). This is the easiest, most forgiving recipe ever and never fails to please. It has been the “go to”  spring/summer recipe for me and at the time had filled the bellies of any and all types of  Hollywood’s movie/TV stars, artists, agents, designers and aspiring whatevers. It’s is just good…by itself with some red wine and a nice baguette or with the addition of some grilled meat, sausages or fish. Try it …like it…love it.

http://www.lavenderandlovage.com/herbs-on-saturday

http://bangermashchat.wordpress.com/2012/07/01/july-herbs-on-saturday/

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5 Responses to “Les Spaghettis aux herbes et ail”

  1. Vanesther Says:

    This looks delicious – what a fantastic entry to this month’s Herbs on Saturday challenge! Thank you for sharing!


  2. Hi, I’m dropping by via Herbs on Saturday. This looks like a healthy and simple dish… and it must be very fragrant with all the herbs.


  3. […] it, like it, love it are the instructions accompanying this simply delicious spaghettis aux herbes et ail from Simple Quiet Modern, and I have no doubt that anyone who tastes it will instantly fall in love […]


  4. […] it, like it, love it are the instructions accompanying this simply delicious spaghettis aux herbes et ail from Simple Quiet Modern, and I have no doubt that anyone who tastes it will instantly fall in love […]

  5. Margaret Wynn Says:

    Found this link accidentally… Rico is an old family friend, and he used to make this recipe for us many times when he’d be in L.A. It has been my go-to no-brainer pasta for 30+ years! Ask him about his Puttanesca.


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