What would Nonna do? She would stir her sauce with a wooden spoon. She would serve up her pasta in adorable pasta bowls with little Italian phrases. And she would make pasta her way, on her time, just like the nonne of Pasta Grannies cookbook. This set includes items inspired by the average Italian grandmother’s kitchen because we all need to channel our inner nonna from time to time.
- Pasta Grannies: The Cookbook
- A tavola non si invecchia mai Bowl (At the table, one never grows old)
L’Ingrediente segreto è l’amore Bowl Ho anocra fame Bowl (I’m still hungry)
- Olive Wood Spoon
- Olive Wood Cheese Grater
Italian Phrase Bowls: Enamelware with hand-painted phrases.
Olive Wood Spoon: 100% Italian olive wood
Olive Wood Cheese Grater: 100% Italian olive wood, stainless steel blade
Italian Phrase Bowls: Hand wash in cold water with a non-abrasive sponge and gentle dish detergent. Note: the hand-painted phrases are heat-treated but not glazed. Abrasive sponges and sharp knives will scratch the hand-painted decoration. To protect the hand-painted designs, dishwasher cleaning is also not recommended. Nota bene: never put your enamel bowls in the microwave.
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.