Italian Kitchen Utensils
For over 100 years, Italian Kitchen Utensils Shop and the extended family have lived, worked, cooked and eaten in the heart of historic Italian Market. Italian Kitchen Utensils Shop is a world-famous kitchen supply store with a large selection of food preparation equipment and culinary supplies. As a third-generation, family-run www.tuscookany-cooking-tools.com business dealing in gourmet kitchen supplies ourselves, has formed a winning partnership with Italian based on a shared goal: bringing quality Italian cooking supplies to the people at the lowest prices possible.
Italian Kitchen Utensils experience has naturally developed into the creation of a signature line of Italian Cookware: From Great Aunt Gina’s Pasta Machine to Cousin Umberto’s Garlic Press, we’ve blended old school craftsmanship with today’s technology for a collection that would make the Italian Kitchen Utensils ancestors very proud. These include Italian kitchen tools such as a Pasta Maker, Pasta Drying Rack, Ravioli Press and Cannoli Tubes.Al our utensils are used in our Cooking Schools in Italy
- A stainless steel, hand-cranked pasta machine helps cooks churn out homemade pastas. These are clamped to the edge of a table or counter, and a variety of sizes and shapes of pasta are rolled out through various attachments.
- A mezzaluna is a half-moon-shaped knife with handles at the ends of the blade. Cooks roll the blade from side to side to chop herbs and vegetables. Be careful using a mezzaluna as the blade is extremely sharp.
- A five-quart pot is a good size for cooking for two. Purchase one with an inner draining basket that has handles. Once the water has come to a boil and pasta is cooked, raise the basket up by its handles to drain.
- A basic, four-sided grater will work just fine for most needs. Another option is a rotary cheese grater, which has a container to catch the cheese. The grater may have different-size apertures as well.
- A nifty tool is a ravioli cutter, which is handy for cutting ravioli or pizza.