Everyday Pasta Set


Every day is pasta day.

We often get asked, what are the pasta tools people use the most? This set is our best answer based on the tools we currently offer!

  • Pasta by Missy Robbins: an excellent cookbook and pasta-making manual that will stand by your side whether you’re just getting started or well on your way into the world of pasta making.
  • Brass fluted wheel: a tool that is often used throughout Robbins’ book; it offers endless possibilities to create beautiful zigzag edges on your ravioli, pappardelle, and more.
  • Round ravioli stamp: aids in creating not just circular ravioli, but also cappelletti and mezzelune (half moons)
  • Olive wood gnocchi board: perfect for making gnocchi, cavatelli, and malloreddus; with its petite size, it’ll easily slide in your kitchen drawer


The only thing missing is a Marcato Atlas 150 Pasta Machine!


What’s included:

  • Pasta by Missy Robbins
  • Single Fluted Wheel
  • Round Ravioli Stamp
  • Olive Wood Gnocchi Board



Brass pasta tools: Brass and beechwood
Olive wood gnocchi board: 100% Italian olive wood



Brass pasta tools: Brass is best cleaned naturally! To clean brass tools, take a clean rag and dampen in a mixture of water and lemon juice, or water and baking soda. Squeeze out excess water and gently rub the brass to clean off any dough or flour stuck to the surface. Allow tools to dry in a cool, ventilated place. Note: never run tools through dishwasher, and do not use dish soap.

Olive wood: Upon receiving your olive wood pieces, rub with food-safe mineral oil to season the wood. Hand wash in warm water with a gentle detergent and dry immediately after use. Re-oil your pieces as needed with a soft kitchen towel, when the wood begins to look and feel a bit dry, at least once a month. Rub the food-safe oil in a circular motion from top to bottom, covering the whole piece. For removing pieces of caked dough, use a toothbrush, dipped in water, and gently scrub until the dough has been removed. Nota bene: never put olive wood in the dishwasher! This is the quickest way to ruin your beautiful olive wood pieces.

Brass Pasta Tools

In 1977, Romano Gandolfi and his wife Adele opened Ga.Ri. Torneria, their workshop in the hills of Emilia-Romagna between Parma and Piacenza. Like any good emiliano, Romano has always passionate about his pasta – especially the iconic tortellini and cappelletti of the region – and began creating brass stamps and pasta wheels that are efficient, durable, and beautiful. Made by hand, Romano and his daughters Lara and Cristina have delighted pasta makers with these special tools for over 40 years.


Olive Wood

Since 1977, Arte Legno – literally “Art Wood” – has been working with Italian olive wood to create beautiful, timeless kitchen tools and objects. Olive trees have been cultivated in Italy since the 6th century BC. At their laboratory located in the heart of Spello in Umbria, two generations of woodworkers have been handcrafting each piece with care.


Authors of Pasta

Missy Robbins is the James Beard Award–winning chef/owner of acclaimed Lilia and Misi restaurants; the co-founder of MP, a pasta and specialty foods brand; and co-founder of Grovehouse, a hospitality company. Over the course of her decades-long career, she has been profiled in a range of publications, from Vanity Fair to InStyle to the New York Times. She lives, makes pasta, and cooks in Brooklyn.

Talia Baiocchi is the editor-in-chief of Punch and the author of James Beard Award–nominated Sherry. She has written for Bon Appétit, Saveur, and many more. She lives in Brooklyn.