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Pasta Perfetto


PHILIPS Avance Pasta MakerWhat It Is: If you love pasta, I can tell you right now that there’s no pasta like the kind you make yourself – it puts dried, boxed stuff to shame. If you’ve ever made pasta, I can tell you that it’s a huge, messy pain. That is, until now. The Philips Avance Pasta Maker is a countertop appliance that makes it a snap to make your own delicious homemade pasta in mere minutes. Simply toss in your desired ingredients, tell the machine how much flour you’re using, and it’ll start churning out sheets in a quarter of an hour. No muss, no fuss – as easy as it is to set up as it is to use and clean.

Who It’s For: Your health-conscious sibling, as a way to make pasta as healthy as can be. Your soon-to-be-married niece or nephew, as a perfect wedding pick. Your go-to family host or hostess, so they can serve up more homemade deliciousness at your next family gathering.

What It Costs: $299

Where It’s At: Hudson’s Bay.

Speaking of outfitting your home, today is your last chance to nab a bonus entry into my Print Anthology giveaway. Just tell me in the comments below – would you or someone you’re shopping for love this awesome pasta machine?

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27 Responses to “Pasta Perfetto”
  1. Rachel Cartwright says:

    I would love this pasta machine! I think it would be fun to try making my own pasta from scratch.

  2. Brayden says:

    My sister would love this machine for her and her 2year old daughter! They both love cooking together and nothing better than fresh pasta!

  3. Julie G. says:

    Though it looks like a lovely pasta machine, we don’t really eat much pasta, so I don’t think I’d make room for the machine in my cupboard.

  4. Cheryl A says:

    I’m not sure about buying a pasta machine (although, I’d love to test drive it!). I’d probably more likely buy an attachment for my Kitchen Aid mixer–I’m trying to make the most out of that baby!

  5. Aimee says:

    I would love this for myself. If like to make some gluten free noodles for my son.

  6. Karen says:

    Pasta is one of my guilty pleasures. I would love that machine.

  7. Shelley Habinski says:

    I would love to give this pasta maker to my husband ! He is a mad genius in the kitchen and would flip over something so clever as this !

  8. Anne Derkat says:

    My daughter in law who loves to cook would love this.

  9. Lindsey says:

    It’s nice but too expensive – I’ll stick to making mine by hand!

  10. Susan T. says:

    I would love to get this as a gift for someone who would then invite me to dinner!

  11. Susan Patterson says:

    Yes, my daughter would love this pasta machine – it would be perfect for their family. Thanks!

  12. Alison K says:

    Print Anthology bonus entry: I would love this awesome pasta machine. It looks compact & stylish.

  13. Lynn Andersen says:

    Would love to have this for myself. We love pasta, but I am way to lazy to make it.

  14. cookie3 says:

    Oh yeah, I’d love to have one of these. Beats doing it by hand.

  15. kiraali says:

    This would be awesome, indeed.

  16. Joan G. says:

    PERFECT GIFT FOR MY DAUGHTER

  17. Katie says:

    I would give this a try to make healthy pasta

  18. Lisa S says:

    I would love to own one of these great machines!

  19. Susan says:

    I would love having one of these machines!

  20. Sherry K says:

    I would like this, but would give it to my daughter. She loves to cook and does it so well.

  21. Samantha Turnbull says:

    I know people who would love this! My friend is getting married and she loves making things from scratch!

  22. Kelly says:

    I would like this! I’ve been meaning to start making my own pasta.

  23. Annie Demill says:

    I certainly would love this and I know many others who would too!

  24. diane says:

    My daughter would love this!!

  25. Victoria Ess says:

    I would totally keep this for myself!

  26. nicolthepickle says:

    How did I miss this? Have you tried it? How tough is it? I do make my own lasagna noodles but not spagetti because it’s too fiddly. I bet this could tackle that no prob.

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