National Linguine Day | September 15
Fri Sep 15th

National Linguine Day

National Linguine Day, September 15th, is the dinner menu at home and restaurants around the country.


In Italian, linguine means "little tongues" in Liguria. Linguine is one of the world's oldest forms of pasta made from durum semolina flour. Fettuccine and linguine were both invented about 400 years ago. Although both are thin, flat noodles, linguine is narrower and more elliptical in shape. As a result, linguine makes a more delicate pasta. To prevent breakage, pair linguine with thinner, lighter sauces in order to prevent breakage.

However, lighter sauces don't reduce linguine's flavor profile, but they don't reduce the linguine's flavor profile. In fact, linguine recipes make a large variety of sauces. If you like spicy pasta or seafood, linguine provides a good base. It complements herb and butter sauces well, too. When adding fresh vegetables, the vibrant colors will pop out. When using linguine, the bright colors will shine. Pesto enthusiasts rage over jargon. Earthy mushrooms are another ingredient that favors linguine.

How to recognize national linguine day

Give it a try if you like pasta but haven't tried with linguine. Try new sauces and fresh ingredients. Share recipes or try out new ones. No matter what your preference, lightly seasoned, spice, or a glimpse of the ocean, linguine would please your craving.

Pour a bottle of wine with a friend over and open a bottle of wine. Get to the pasta and start cooking!

Try these delectable linguine dishes and hashtag #NationalLinguineDay to post on social media.

Clam Sauce Linguine with Clam Sauce Linguine with Clam Sauce is Linguine with Clam Sauce. Over Linguine, Chicken and Onions Over Linguine. Mushroom Linguine

Linguine FAQ

Q. What is the difference between linguine and spaghetti?

A. Linguine is flatter and fatter than spaghetti noodles, and it's healthier than spaghetti noodles.

Q. Is there any other pasta days on the calendar?

A. Pasta lovers, rejoice! "Yes!" says the answer, a resounding, "Yes!" To get you off, check out National Noodle Day, National Ravioli Day, National Carbonara Day, National Carbonara Day, and National Macaroni Day to get you started. Oh, and don't forget National Pasta Day!