Pearwood Corzetti Pasta & Biscuit Cutters
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A tradition in Liguria, Italy, Corzetti are small, embossed pasta stamps. These little charmers are made from strong pearwood and feature easy-to-grasp handles that’ll make you feel like you’re in the pasta postal service. Cut discs from sheets of fresh pasta with the sharp edge of the base stamp, then turn it over and place the pasta round atop the spiral design. Now it’s up to you which pattern you wanna go for. And more than making pretty pasta, the indentations act as nooks for the sauce so every bite is just right.
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