Leftovers: Modern Marangoun Gnocchi Board


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I’m not perfect, but that pasta I make is!

With its elegant paddle shape and fine ridges, this modern gnocchi board is made from a single piece of natural, untreated beech wood, with refined grooves for creating beautiful patterns on your next batch of gnocchi or garganelli. Each one is handcrafted by Marco Galavotti of Al Marangoun, a skilled woodworking artisan in Emilia-Romagna, branded with his signature logo.


What to know:

  • The board has been stamped twice with the “Al Marangoun” brand.
  • Comes with three different rods for rolling garganelli
  • Made of natural beech wood
  • Clean with a damp rag and toothbrush to remove excess dough
All “leftover” sales are final.


Weight 9.1 oz
Dimensions 11 × 4.75 × 0.625 in



Natural beechwood

Care Instructions

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 gnocchi board to remove excess flour or dough, and allow to dry naturally in a cool, ventilated place. If you still find a bit of flour stuck between the ridges, use a clean natural toothbrush to gently brush it out. Note: do not run through dishwasher or running water.

About the Producer

For almost 30 years, Marco Galavotti, has been crafting artisanal tools for the kitchen in his workshop in Modena Italy. He works under the pseudo name, Al Marangoun, meaning “carpenter” or “ax man” in Modenese dialect. And indeed, the tools he creates, mostly made of wood, are reminiscent of a carpenter’s work. Every week, he sells his tools at various markets in small towns scattered throughout Emilia-Romagna.