Garofalo Italian Linguine Pasta - Case of 20 - 16 oz.
From the 19th century shellfish were caught by fishermen who probed the sand from their boats with long poles raking them up to the surface of the water. They were sold from market stalls in Naples in area called Santa Lucia. During the time of the Gran Tours it was normal for foreigners walking in Santa Lucia's market to eat the shellfish directly from the stalls, especially when there was a crescent moon. Still today it is believed that the shellfish are bigger and tastier during the time of a crescent moon.