Linda Miller Nicholson develops vibrantly coloured pasta that is inspired by pop culture. To infuse her concoction with eye-popping colours, she exclusively employs natural ingredients like butterfly pea blossoms (blue), beets and blueberries (purple), turmeric (yellow), and parsley (green).
Linda Miller Nicholson, the founder of Salty Seattle, is known worldwide as the pasta queen. Vogue, The Today Show, O Magazine, The New Yorker, Saveur, Good Housekeeping, Buzzfeed, Elle, the BBC, and Business Insider, to mention a few, have all highlighted her. She’s worked with Gigi Hadid, Katy Perry, Camila and Matthew McConaughey, Snooki, the stars of The Chew, and Harry Connick Jr., to create pasta art. She’s been featured in multiple documentaries, has a best-selling cookbook called Pasta, Pretty Please, and appears on national television regularly.
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