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If your social media feeds are anything like mine, everyone you know is in Europe this summer. Can't get there anytime soon, or want to extend your vacation? Williams Sonoma just launched an entire section dedicated to Italian cooking products to bring the flavors of Italy right to your door.
Whether you're looking to make flavorful fresh pasta dishes or crunchy pizza crusts without a trip to your local Italian joint, this storefront has all the tools you'll need. From pasta forks and pizza accessories to espresso machines and baking essentials, the Flavors of Italy section is full of great products, Italian cookbooks, chef-approved recipes, and helpful guides. Keep scrolling to read about some of our favorite items to shop and inspire your next Italian feast.
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If you've ever wanted to cook pasta from scratch at home this compact pasta machine streamlines the process for fettuccine, linguine, ravioli, and more. It comes with two pasta rollers, an extension plate, and a sturdy clamps. After you've cut the noodles, you'll need somewhere to dry them so they don't all get stuck together. We recommend this $20 pasta dryer — it'll hold your freshly made noodles, and will fit in even the most compact kitchen cabinets when folded. If it's ravioli you're craving, use this handy ravioli duo to fill your pillowy pasta with delicious fillings like ricotta, spinach, or meat. . It has ice-cube-like trays to ensure you've got the right amount of filling and shape, while the ravioli roller removes excess dough and achieves those perfectly ridged edges.
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I'll let you in on a little secret — you don't need to shell out on a pricey pizza oven to achieve restaurant-worthy pies at home. This grill top pizza kit from Cuisinart slides right onto your grill, and quickly cooks thanks to the stainless steel interior, and baking stone. The integrated thermometer helps you keep an eye on the temperature, so there's no burnt crust, and thefoldable pizza peel easily transports your pie from grill to table. Alternatively, if you don't have a grill, this seasoned pizza pan from Lodge is a great find. It's a 15-inch cast-iron plate with silicone covers on the handles better protect your hands from burning.
There are so many other great items to shop in Williams-Sonoma's Flavors of Italy section. Whether you're looking to satisfy your Italian-food cravings or want to experiment with cooking more Italian-inspired meals at home, start here. Scroll below to see some of our other favorite items.
How to be more open-minded
Having an open mind is generally considered a good character trait. We are generally attracted to people who are willing and able to acknowledge different perspectives and points of view. But while we may think we're open-minded, we all have our own preconceived notions. Luckily, there are things we can do to challenge those preconceptions and be more open-minded. Check out this gallery for some tips on how to practice open-mindedness.
Imperia Pasta Machine
$150 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pasta Machine
Stainless-Steel Silicone Pasta Tongs
$29 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pasta Tongs
Ravioli Mold with Roller
$33 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Ravioli Mold
$20 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pasta Dryer
Wood Bread & Pizza Peel
$50 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pizza Peel
Walnut Ravioli Stamps
$43 (for circle) at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Ravioli Stamps
Ooni Turning Pizza Peel
$60 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Turning Pizza Peel
Cuisinart Grill Top Pizza Oven Kit
$180 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pizza Oven
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Pizza Pan
$50 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pizza Pan
Open Kitchen Pizza Wheel
$15 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Pizza Wheel
Staub 3-Piece Rectangular Baking Dish Set
$100 (was $170) at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Stoneware Baking Set
Capresso Espresso Machine
$120 at Williams-Sonoma © Provided by Food & Wine Espresso Machine
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Europeans are getting bigger: WHO report finds 59% of adults are overweight or obese .
Europeans are getting bigger: WHO report finds 59% of adults are overweight or obese