It's hard to say when people first started eating pasta. It seems such an integral part of our food culture. Historians look as far back as works of Greek scientists of the 2nd century, making compounds from flour and water, the Jewish Talmud speaks of Itrium, a type of boiled dough during the 3rd and 5th centuries - and there are many in between who have mentioned foods remarkably like the pasta we know today. If you like pasta, you're probably aware there are many different types today, and most can be identified just by sight. Care to try? Look closely at these pastas and try to guess the type. Are you a pasta-master?