I'd recommend having this pasta cold too. Maybe not for a working lunch, but one to indulge in with close family and friends who won't be offended by the faint scent of garlic on your breath. The recipe for this is straightforward. I just stirred the wild garlic and walnut pesto I made into the pasta - and there you have it presto - a light and easy meal for a sunny afternoon. I am submitting this to Presto Pasta Night #160. Presto Pasta Nights was founded by Ruth Daniels. This week it is being hosted by Cynthia of Kitchen Slave. I feel I must follow in the footsteps of Denis Cotter, author of 'Wild Garlic, Gooseberries and me' and promote the versatility of this emerald green wild weed.