This San Diego restaurant serves a new pasta dish in a 60-pound parmesan cheese wheel every week. From the refrigerators that house the cheese to the stoves that allow for precision cooking, Monello uses natural gas to create some of California’s most delicious pasta.
Nine out of 10 chefs prefer cooking with natural gas for high-quality meals that cost less to make. Thanks to hydraulic fracturing and pipeline infrastructure, natural gas is safely produced and reliably delivered to restaurants all across the country.
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