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Why should kitchen utensils be boring?
A fabulous combination of classic styling and humor, the Buona Pasta Server is sure to please on spaghetti night!
The Buona Pasta Server is made of sturdy, reliable beechwood, but it's not your average wooden pasta server. To add a touch of fun, the handle is wrapped in some visually delicious silicone spaghetti!
Every family loves pasta night and this clever serving spoon will make it even better. The Buona Pasta Server is a unique gift for every kind of occasion from birthdays and housewarmings to weddings and bridal showers.
Pasta is one of those staples that every family has. It’s quick and easy to make, and so tasty too. The Buona Pasta Server helps you serve it up with a little flair. The fake spaghetti wrapping the handle makes it look like you grabbed a little extra. It’s all in the name of fun and will have your guests rolling in the aisles.
Specs, Features and Bragging Rights
- Classic beechwood serving utensil
- Fun addition to any kitchen
- Sturdy construction perfect for hefty helpings of pasta
- Ergonomic silicone spaghetti handle
- Makes a tasty housewarming or bridal shower gift
Who would love Buona Pasta Server?
Do you know anyone who has a steady diet of pasta? The Italian grandmother that always seems to have a pot of sauce on the stove, maybe? She’ll love the Buona Pasta Server, because it’s something totally new and cool for her kitchen. It’s the kind of utensil she’ll use every time she cooks her famous pasta dish.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is it real pasta?
Sorry, the pasta on the handle isn’t real pasta. You are grabbing it with your hands, so your guests probably won’t want to eat it anyway. Also, don’t add regular pasta either as it will just get really gross or will make a mess. It’s not something that screams sanitary eating.
Does it come in linguini or lasagna?
Sorry, spaghetti is the only pasta currently available. Lasagna probably wouldn’t work anyway, but could be a viable option if they take this idea and create an oven mitt. The strands around the handle are pretty much made for spaghetti and its cousins.