For better or worse, the “girls’ dinner” trend seems to have changed the way we talk. If you like something very much, you’re a “_____ girl.” Even just this summer, tomato girl And that olive girl, in addition to the aforementioned ladies’ dinner. But now that summer is officially over, it’s time for a change. Existing without knowing what kind of “girl” you are may feel alienating. Who would want to be adrift in the internet ecosystem without a meme identity to cling to? Luckily, thanks to her TikTok-ified cornucopia of olives, tomatoes, and dinners, a champion of the fall crowd has emerged: Pasta Girl.
Pasta Girl’s fall recipes have been building for a while. It’s true that pasta has never gone out of style, but if you take a quick look at social media, you’ll notice that this dish is particularly “on trend.” It’s not only the popular dinner of girls’ choice, but also the main dinner, according to countless viral TikToks. elements of cooking that’s why Many Pinterest wanderlusthas also permeated fashion.
Brooklyn-based brand Panache capitalizes on the cult love for pasta by offering everything from offering hand-painted vintage leather bags featuring a variety of breads to a full course of pasta accessories.brand mangia pasta bag strap — 16.5-inch long strap made of 14K gold-plated farfalle — Retail price is $295.Brand too pasta earrings, pasta art printand A matchbook set with a pasta theme.
Lao’s Homemade offers: leather bag version Popular grocery store pasta sauce. The marinara retails for his $1,000, and Raoz sends all of the proceeds to his Greater Chicago Food Depository. Even if you can’t eat traditional gluten-filled pasta, you can still get in on the pasta girl fashion. Banza, which offers chickpea-based pasta options, has its own “Bucatini,” a bikini of bucatini that is described as “noodle-forward” and retails for $59.99.
The emergence of pasta earrings and sauce pouches, while not required for participation in pasta core, speaks to the growing cultural dominance of this food.according to Statista, Global pasta revenue will reach $131.4 billion in 2023 and will continue to grow. On TikTok, the #pasta tag has thousands of videos with hundreds of millions of views, and top searches for things like “Gigi Hadid pasta,” “TikTok pasta,” and “healthy pasta.” You can also tell me on TikTok What your favorite pasta shape says about you and how to make Cajun chicken alfredo penne.
And beyond the flood of products, you can embrace the pasta girl lifestyle more holistically. All you need to become a pasta girl is what’s in your shopping bag. Whether your preference is tagliatelle or tortellini, alfredo or bolognese, a healthy desire to eat a hearty bowl is really the only condition for participating in this trend. The options are endless. You can go gourmet with handmade noodles and elaborate sauces, or go totally goofy with ridiculously shaped pasta and a jar of Carbone’s Arrabbiata.
Perhaps dressing in a seasonal food identity is not sustainable long term strategy To cope with the change of seasons. That’s fine. What is truly sustainable now? What pasta girls can do is take what they have in their pantry, the meals they already plan on eating, and turn it into something romantic and a little more fun. Additionally, this isn’t the first time people have embraced internet trends to find meaning.i went Go to soup mode During the past five autumns.
Opel Garcia A writer who covers travel and culture.