Artisanal pasta tools & Italian kitchenware

Pasta tools, with a story

We believe traditions are meaningful and beautiful. For centuries, Italians have been making fresh pasta by hand, often utilizing ingenuity and artistry to craft their tools. Inspired by this art form, we source our pasta tools from artisans who are carrying on the traditions of their Italian ancestors.

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Unique and handmade, following Italian tradition.

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We see a pasta salad with rigatoni pasta, thinly sliced zucchini, cubes of mozzarella, pine nuts, and fresh chopped herbs. The pasta is sitting in a green splatterware bowl, on top of a marble counter. Bird's eye view.

Silky Marinated Zucchini Pasta Salad

Rigatoni gets tossed with thinly sliced marinated zucchini, fresh mozzarella, and pine nuts in this summer-time pasta salad inspired by a Roman Jewish dish.

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Corzetti Stampati with Seared Mushrooms, Marjoram & Pine Nuts

Corzetti Stampati with Seared Mushrooms, Marjoram & Pine Nuts

I’m a huge fan of Ligurian food. The flavors are, typically, light and refreshing—think Genovese pesto and focaccia, of course, but also vegetables and herbs,...

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A hand kneading pasta dough.

Basic Pasta Dough, Two Ways

Your pasta dough 101 guide, covering the basic ingredients and techniques for making fresh egg pasta dough and semolina pasta dough.

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Italian Gin & Tonic - bird's eye view of a blush-colored cocktail in a clear glass. We see a slice of lemon on top and a sprig of rosemary. There is ice in the glass. In the background, we see a bottle of spirits poking through the corner.

Italian Gin & Tonic

Sweet vermouth and Italian red bitters give this gin and tonic an Italian twist that's both refreshing and complex.

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We see a bowl of spaghetti coated in a red tomato sauce. There are a few orange and red cherry tomatoes resting around the spaghetti. A warm sunlight hits the pasta dish, creating dramatic shadows. There is a fork dipping into the spaghetti.

Spaghetti Chitarra alla Puttanesca

With cherry tomatoes, garlic, anchovies, capers, and chili pepper flakes, this classic Neapolitan pasta dish is unapologetic about its intense flavor.

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A teal low-bowl holds a heaping of golden tortellini with a creamy yellow sauce. We see a fork picking up a single tortellino. There is grated parmesan cheese on top.

Tortellini with Parmesan Zabaglione

Homemade tortellini are served with a luscious sauce of egg yolks, grated Parmesan, and heavy cream.

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A latticed pie dusted in powdered sugar rests on a wooden surface. The light is warm and sunny.

Domenica Marchetti's Apple Crostata

Move over, apple pie. This crostata recipe uses a buttery pasta frolla crust with a simple filling that leaves out the spices in order to...

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A metal bowl full of green, yellow, and pale yellow stuffed cappelletti pasta. Cappelletti resemble little hats, a round stuffed pasta with a plump center and rimmed edge.

Thanksgiving Leftover Cappelletti

Leftover mashed potatoes and stuffings make up the base of the filling for these Thanksgiving-stuffed cappelletti.

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We see a rectangular wooden board with a ridged surface in the center. Around the board are various shapes of pasta, arranged in small piles.

Five Pasta Shapes You Can Make with a Gnocchi Board

Gnocchi boards aren’t just for gnocchi. Here are 5 other pasta shapes you can make with this beloved ridged board.

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Two hands are stretching a ball of straw-colored pasta dough on a light wooden surface.

Pasta dough gone wrong? Here's how to fix common issues.

Read our pasta dough troubleshooting guide, which addresses common problems like what to do when your pasta dough is too dry, too sticky, or too...

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We see two nests of fresh egg taglitelle pasta, a metal bench scraper, and a bag of pasta flour resting on a large, light-colored wooden pasta board.

Everything You've Ever Wanted to Know About Pasta Boards

If you’re keen to elevate your pasta-making game, a key tool to consider is the pasta board—a staple in any serious pasta maker's kitchen. Here...

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Italian grandma making gnocchi

Embracing La Cucina Povera: Sustainable Living Starts with Using What You Have

Gillie Roberts, the founder of Ware, a sustainable essentials shop that specializes in low-waste home and body care, shares her thoughts on Italian resourcefulness in...

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Cooking tagliatelle pasta

How to Cook Pasta: Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

We unravel the secrets to cooking and serving pasta so that you can ensure each bite is flavorful and full of life.

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There is a blue splatterware bowl on a wooden surface holding three cracked eggs. Above the bowl we see a metal spoon holding a single orange egg yolk.

The Science Behind the Eggs in Your Pasta

They say pasta is an art, but it can be a science too. Here's an in-depth explanation of how eggs play a role in your...

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