lasagne.

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The mixture in this lasagne is actually only 1/3 meat. This makes it super, super cheap and also absolutely huge, and it doesn’t compromise any flavour. In fact, this may be the best lasagne I’ve ever tried, let alone made myself.

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new years haul: pasta master.

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Yeah … we were in Farmers today to buy a new bin and we ran across these. I’ve wanted one for the longest time, and being as this was the cheapest I’ve ever seen one ($40 – down from $80) and also cherry red (to match my mixer), and I was having a phenomenally crap day, I decided I needed it.

So, meet the pasta master. Yes, it’s actually called a pasta master. I am so looking forward to trying it out!

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The pasta master all assembled – the handle looks ungainly but it isn’t really. It does need to be out over the bench for rolling though. This is fine as a clamp is included for anchoring it to the surface.

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On the left, we have the cutters – spaghetti and fettucine. On the right, the roller!

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Knob for adjusting the thickness of the pasta dough. From 1-7mm.

Squeeeeee! Watch this space for amazing homemade pasta. Except obviously I won’t show you any homemade pasta until I’m good at it, so it could be a while …

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