Calling all pasta-holics! As you know it can be tough making sure that
you make just the right amount of pasta to go with your favorite sauce.
Every kitchen can also use a bit of whimsy and this cute tool for
I Could Eat A Horse Pasta Measuremeasuring out your spaghetti, angel hair, or linguini will really get
With this fun "I Could Eat A Horse" gadget you aren't just staring at a role of holes and guessing either. Each hole is designed to be somewhat self-explanatory. They run from small to medium to large -- or child, adult, and family.
This item has a double surprise, for not only is it cute and whimsical, it does not come from Italy or even New York. No, it comes from that well-known bastion of Italian cuisine -- Reykjavik, Iceland. It was created by Icelandic designer Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson.
I Could Eat A Horse comes in a choice of green plastic, white plastic, or steel. It's a great gift for both pasta lovers and horse lovers. It is also a great accent for any country-themed kitchen.
Sources: Drool'd, Reykjavik Corner Store
I Could Eat A Horse Pasta Measure