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My Pasta Art being created in Gouldsboro

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    Kelli Grover stocks trays of fresh-made pasta in a drying room at Raven's Nest Farm in Gouldsboro. My Pasta Art, a small company created by Roxanne Quimby, is currently being sold to local restaurants and a few retail outlets in Ellsworth and Brewer.

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    Grover tucks nests of fresh Bucatini pasta into packaging before bringing them to the drying room.

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    The Gouldsboro garden supplies the farm with some of the ingredients that are used in making the pasta.

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    Grover adds beet juice to the ingredients in the pasta machine while making fresh gigli pasta.

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    The gigli pasta is collected in trays before being transferred to a drying room.

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    Grover works with Italgi machines while making fresh pasta at Raven's Nest Farm. The machines were imported from Italy.

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    Bucatini pasta comes out of a Itagli pasta machine at Raven's Nest Farm. Roxanne Quimby traveled to Carasco, a town near Genoa, Italy, to learn how to make the pasta.

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