Some things are well worth the wait. It’s still debatable whether Cronuts or losing your virginity fall into that category, but one thing that certainly does is homemade pasta. Yeah, yeah, the dried stuff is fine. Put it in some perfectly salted water for just the right number of minutes and you can still enjoy toothsome al dente noodles. But homemade pasta has a magical texture that can’t be easily replicated through store-bought stuff. It’s why a quality Italian restaurant will be proud to tell you that their tagliatelle is made in-house. Marc Vetri, for one, knows the importance of a properly made plate of pasta. The guy is at the center of the Vetri family restaurant empire, and he’s[…]