Any Pasta fans out there ??

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Re: Any Pasta fans out there ??

Postby Copasspupil » Wed Sep 19, 2018 11:22 am

There’s my problem. I love being Italian, love the history, the countryside and obviously the food. I want to discover more on the lifestyle and those things which are lost or being forgotten.

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Re: Any Pasta fans out there ??

Postby woodenvisions » Wed Sep 19, 2018 4:12 pm

Thanks for all of the info and feedback everyone, much appreciated.
I'm gonna go with the 150 instead of the 180.
No attachments available yet for the 180.
As for the Kitchen Aid attachments they are way too much $$ but that's always been that way with that brand.
In not really able to do the complete hand rolling pasta thing, too little time available unfortunately with my schedule.
Had a Grandma that did that for every meal, she was straight out of Italy and could pull that off, not me tho.

Thanks again everyone :)

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Re: Any Pasta fans out there ??

Postby dub' » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:06 pm

Rollin yer own is worth it if only for the ravioli you can make.......
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Re: Any Pasta fans out there ??

Postby allenayres » Mon Sep 24, 2018 12:47 pm

woodenvisions wrote:This ISN'T directed Only towards Italian Folk on here so please, everyone feel free to chime in. Im in the process of looking for a Pasta Machine. It doesn't need to be the Ferrari model, but I don't want a Yugo either. Looking for the best bang for the buck and was wondering how many of us on this forum had some suggestions on a good brand.
I've been eyeing up a Marcato Atlas 150 for 80$. Says its Made in Italy and reviews are really good.

We got the 150 a couple of years ago - super simple to use and the results are really nice. The kids always want to help, so the help makes the process easily double in time, but it's fun :)

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