Make your mark.
A traditional stamped pasta from Liguria, corzetti were enjoyed among the Italian Renaissance courts, where each design bore a coat of arms or symbol to represent the special occasion at which they were served. Cut out round circles with one side, then press the stamp into your dough to reveal a classic lily – the symbol of Florence. Or, use the circular cutter’s swirly side for a fun modern look, and serve your pasta discs with pesto for a Ligurian treat (get the recipe here).
What to know:
- Made of pear wood with 2-inch diameter
- Clean gently with damp cloth
Wooden pasta tools are best cleaned naturally! After use, take a clean sponge or rag and dampen in a mixture of water and lemon juice or water and baking soda. Squeeze out excess water and wipe down your stamp to remove excess flour or dough. Note: do not run through dishwasher, and allow to dry naturally in a cool, ventilated place.
About the Producer
Tagliapasta was founded by a brother and sister who grew up near Bologna, where fresh pasta like tortellini, tagliatelle, and more are still made by hand. In the same way that they learned how to make la pasta fresca from their mother and nonna, the founders hope that their Italian-made pasta tools help carry on the rituals that they have come to know and love so well.