The San Marzano tomato was consumed freshly picked in the summer. With the raw tomato sauce and basil, a plate of spaghetti was seasoned called “‘o ddoje”, or two. The name referred to the “two money” that the “Maccaronari” asked for a dish, announcing from their shops: “Tengo ‘o ddoje allattateve!”; for a few tips you could taste a succulent dish! Even today, the “Spaghetto a due” is cooked at home during the preparation of the famous tomato bottles. But perhaps that ritual, that feast that gathered all the families, is today almost completely extinct; that admiration and that taste, however, we seek it every Sunday on our tables together with our loved ones. The recipe even if we want to keep it simple because it is only the tomato that we want to represent in our restaurants, every day and all year, you can taste a good dish of Spaghettoni with our tomato San Marzano DOP made for us by Casa Marrazzo.