• Ravioli Making Gift Box
  • Ravioli Making Gift Box
  • Ravioli Making Gift Box
  • Ravioli Making Gift Box
  • Ravioli Making Gift Box
  • Ravioli Making Gift Box - 7.5"

Repast

Ravioli Making Gift Box

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As beautiful as it is functional, this ravioli rolling pin is handmade in the U.S. from sustainable hardwood. This wooden keepsake box contains a rolling pin, a ravioli cutter, flour, and olive oil to get you started on your way to making perfect ravioli.

  • Made in the USA: California
  • Materials: Maple, walnut, pine
  • Care: Do not put rolling pin in dishwasher or submerge in water. To clean, wipe with a damp rag followed by a dry rag. Re-apply coat of mineral oil every 4-6 uses with soft cloth
  • Each set includes one 7.5" or 17" Repast Supply Co. Fonde Ravioli Rolling Pin, one Ravioli cutter, and one 50 ml Round Pond Estate Olive Oil
  • 7.5" Gift Set includes one 24 oz. bag of Bob's Red Mill Semolina Flour; 17" Gift Set includes two 24 oz. bags
  • Handmade
  • Includes wooden keepsake box with sliding lid
  • Dimensions: 10" x 8" x 3.5"
  • Weight: 6 lbs.
Who made that gorgeous ravioli? You did.

About Repast

Pasta Pillows

Making homemade ravioli can be intimidating, but it’s easier to master with Repast’s handcrafted rolling pin.

Founder Michael Finizio is an engineer, woodworker, and foodie who loves bringing people together for a meal. (His company is named for the time during which a meal is eaten.) Michael wasn’t impressed with most ravioli rolling pins, so he created his own. Thoughtfully designed, this rolling pin is as much a piece of art as it is a kitchen tool.

Repast believes in sustainable living, so each rolling pin is Made in the USA from hardwood. And for every tree they use, they plant 100 more.


It won’t do everything for you, though—you’ll still need to make your own pasta sheets and filling. Spread filling across two thirds of one pasta sheet, then top with another. As you press the rolling pin firmly across the sheet, you’ll feel like a pasta master, watching deliciously plump ravioli form beneath your hands.
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