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Pappardelles Pasta Pike Place Market
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From the vendor's website at http://www.pappardellesonline.com

"Since 1984 Pappardelle's Pasta has been providing the finest restaurants, hotels and resorts with this nation's most exquisite artisanal pastas. We offer over 100 flavors of dried pasta and fresh-frozen ravioli, sauces and pestos, each handcrafted in small batches using every facet of traditional Italian pasta making techniques."

The scene of this attractive Italian woman reviewing the fresh selections for sale was taken in the main level arcades of the world-famous Pike Place Market in Seattle; standing in a spot generally featured in a scene from the Tom Hank's movie "Sleepless in Seattle".

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Uploaded: 06/01/2013
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