Linguine with Almond and Arugula Gremolata

Gremolata, a mixture made from chopped fresh herbs, grated lemon zest and garlic, is traditionally served with braised meats like osso buco, but it also adds welcome zip to fresh pasta, especially when it’s made with peppery arugula. Look for fresh linguine or a similarly shaped pasta, such as fettuccine, in well-stocked grocery stores, or make your own. You can also use dried linguine, cooked according to the packaging instructions, although it won’t have quite the same tender, silky texture as fresh pasta.