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May 09, 2005

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muccapazza28

Sorry i dont speak english but for me is not a problem.
I'm to be careful Alberto :-)))))
Well, i think, who this products is for reluctant wifes.
Dont buy the Ravioli with rolling pin for home, as for pocket pastry dont buy if to dont put on a "dentiera".

Mucca

Natalie Leuzzi

Where can I purchase the old fashion tortellini cutter and what is the price.

Alberto

Natalie, unfortunately I've only seen those in house ware shops in Northern Italy and my searches on the net have come up with nothing. Maybe if someone from that region reads this, they could get in touch with you and see if they can manage to send you one: they're really cheap, I think I paid mine 3 Euros.

Anthony Andiario

Do you know where i could find a garganelli pettine for sale? i would love to have one short of making my own.

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