The Pasta Night Set

Buon appetito.

There's no pasta like homemade pasta — and the thing is, it's really not hard to make. We put this set together to make it as easy as possible to whip up the best bowl you've ever had, from scratch. It includes a traditional, stainless-steel countertop pasta maker, a bamboo drying rack to hang and finish your fresh-made noodles, and Pastatopia, a beautifully-illustrated pasta cookbook that'll have you slurping your own handmade noodles in no time.

  • Weston Supply, Roma Pasta
  • Weston Supply, Bamboo Pasta Drying Rack
  • Penguin Random House, Pastatopia

Weston Supply, Roma Pasta Maker
When you're making your Italian feast, start with the best pasta around: yours. This traditional-style stainless steel manual pasta maker creates authentic noodles for you to toss with your favorite sauce. Looking for a way to spend a Sunday afternoon? Make a little extra dough for the whole week. Just use the crank and adjustable rollers to flatten the dough and then run it through either of the included spaghetti or fettuccine attachments. If you want to start experimenting, hand-cut some new shapes or try out one of the additional attachments we've got in the store. No matter which type of pasta you cook up, you'll always have an authentic Italian meal just a few minutes away.

  • Stainless steel
  • Never wash with water, just wipe clean with dry cloth
  • Easily attaches to the Lasagna Cutter Attachment and Ravioli Cutter Attachment

Weston Supply, Bamboo Pasta Drying Rack
When all else fails, eat pasta. It's a truism that's spanned centuries and has lasted all the way up to tonight's dinner. Grabbing this simple, small rack is all that's standing between you and some tasty pasta that would rival grandma's. The traditional rack is made from sustainable bamboo and is designed to perfectly dry your homemade pasta before cooking or storing. It's easy to assemble and features 10 hanging arms, so you can make a meal for the whole family.

  • (H) 16" x (W) 14"
  • Includes five cross bars to create ten hanging arms
  • Easy to assemble
  • Dissembles for storage

Penguin Random House, Pastatopia
One of our favorite works of historical nonfiction to date, this hardcover tells the story of the lost city of Pastatopia. Kidding, it's just a really nice pasta cookbook, written by esteemed food writer, chef, and stylist Deborah Kaloper. It's conveniently organized into chapters by pasta shape (long pasta, short pasta, flat and ribbon-cut pasta, and so on), and contains over 60 awesome recipes along with gorgeous illustrations by Alice Oehr.

  • 132 pages
  • Hardcover
  • Written by Deborah Kaloper
  • Illustrated by Allice Oehr

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