Available in 600 shapes and sizes, pasta is one of the world’s most beloved and accessible comfort foods. While many pasta forms are universal, each nation has its own pasta-making traditions and regional specialties. At Misko, we have been making traditional Italian-style pasta in Greece since 1927. A thinner version of #2 Macaroni and a sister pasta to bucatini, #3 Macaroni are long thick strands of pasta with a hole in the middle. Misko #3 Macaroni is traditionally used to make “Makaronia me Kima.” It contains a “Greek Bolognese” sauce with a chili-like consistency that is spooned over the noodles. Each family has their own version of this classic dish, made a tomato and ground meat sauce, seasoned with cinnamon, allspice and cloves – and topped with Mizithra, Kefalotyri or Parmesan cheese. Misko #3 Macaroni is delicious in Macaronatha Pasta with octopus, calamari or shrimp. Once you start working your culinary magic with our #3 Macaronii, you will find they are a wonderful blank canvas for a host of red, white and olive-oil based sauces.