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cindy “The gnocchi is light, not stodgy like many other so-called "speciality" gnocchis; the fettuccine and spaghetti equally good, with the correct "bite" to the texture (is that why they call it Alligator Brand?). And the roasted duck tortellini - well, that made us want to run a victory lap. Alligator Brand artisan fresh pastas are available at David Jones Food Halls, Let's Eat, Prahran, Leo's Fine Food, Kew and selected speciality stores.”

Necia Hall (source - The Age Epicure)

"Coade's excellent new Alligator Brand range of filled ravioli is turning up at several eateries..."
Gourmet Traveller

"With a snappy name like Alligator Brand, they were bound to go places. Michael Coade was a chef at Brophy's and the Mietta's Queenscliff Hotel... they began hand making ravioli and cannelloni with unusual fittings such as goat's cheese and pesto and smoked atlantic salmon and dill but are now branching into new lines..."

Alligator Brand is proud to be the pasta supplier to Pope Benedict XVI during his 2008 Australian visit. - July, 2008 

Snap 'em up
Fancy a delicious dinner that takes five minutes to prepare with about as much aforethought? Yarraville-based Alligator Brand recently introduced a number of ready-to-eat sauces to its range of frozen fresh pastas.
Co-owner Michael Coade says customers requested the range of napoli, basil pesto, black olive tapenade and puttanesca sauces.
As well as the goats cheese and pesto, pumpkin and parmesan, veal and field mushroom varieties, the pastas now include a spinach and ricotta tortellini, which cooks up beautifully from frozen.  Bites added some roasted fennel and cracked pepper to the napoli, which, with the tortellini, created a tasty dinner in a snap. A fresh linguine is due out later this year
Kerrie O'Brien (source - The Age Epicure)

Pantry Treat
Who knew the best place to buy fresh pasta was from the freezer? That's where containers of Alligator pasta are found and we're not sure we'll ever go back to the dried stuff. There's cannelloni and a full pasta range but its Alligator's filled ravioli that really gives carbs a good name. The flavours include spinach and ricotta, mushroom, pumpkin and parmesan, and veal and caramelised onion, but our votes go to the goat's cheese and pesto ravioli. Paired with a ready-to-heat pasta sauce its done in less than five minutes. Seriously. Fast food at its best.
Zoe Skewes (source - Herald Sun Weekend)

Top Five.....Fresh Pasta Shops
Alligator Pasta
Alligator's retail shopfront at its factory in Yarraville is a little out of the way, but there you will find two kilogram boxes of beautiful fresh spaghetti, pappardelle and linguine, as well as hefty bags of quality-filled ravioli; try artichoke, lemon and mint or field mushroom for good flavour and texture. The gnocchi, in a variety of combinations, is as good as homemade.
Sarah-Jane Collins (source - The Age A2 June 26, 2010)

Source - Home Beautiful, July 2013


 Source - West Weekend Magazine, July 2013