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World Market® Kids' Sea Life Pasta, Set of 2

SKU#  440555
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Why We Love It

Children of all ages will love our World Market® Kids' Sea Life Pasta. This authentic Italian pasta in ocean critter shapes is made with Old World methods using bronze die extrusion. The pasta is air dried at low temperatures, which preserves the true flavor characteristics and allows the pasta to cook evenly and hold sauces. Handcrafted from the finest Italian 100% durum wheat semolina, this pasta is delightful in a variety of recipes.

Details & Dimensions

  • World Market® Kids' Sea Life Pasta is handcrafted from Italian 100% durum wheat semolina
  • Set of 2
  • Made with an Old World bronze die extrusion method
  • Ocean critter shapes
  • World Market exclusive
  • Made in Italy
500 grams each

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World Market® Kids' Sea Life Pasta 5 5 1 1
Fantastic Pasta I bought these noodles while on an trip to the exotic city of Cleveland. While killing some time (I don't mean killing in a violent way it's kind of a euphemism for wasting time) we went to World Market. We used to have one in our city but the left and my wife weeped. I was kind of happy they left because she bought a bunch of stuff there but a bit sad because I dig the food section and some of the bowls... I know bowls are a weird thing to dig, right? Anyway I saw the noodles and got them because my kid is a fan of creatures of the underwater variety. He also likes the on land variety but is especially fond of the water kind. Also I thought it would be a good bonding opportunity for both of us. You see I'm a vegetarian and he's not... He's only two so there is hope for later. So when he's chomping down on some meat and shoving it in my face he doen't understand why I won't eat it. With these noodles he fills three of his loves... He gets to see sea life, he gets to chomp on animals and he gets to share food with me. The noodles themselves (themself maybe... I know noodles are plural but I'm using them as a singular entity... Although my spell check is saying themself is not a word) are pretty good. I would have thought otherwise. I thought they'd be a globby mess that just mushes after a minute of cooking. You can actual get a nice al dente cook from them. Remember life before "al dente"? I had some friends that used to cook noodles like that and preferred them but I always asked my mom for undercooked noodles. It's kind of like "barista". Back in the day I worked at a coffee house... But no one called me a barista. I was just a dude who worked in a coffee house. Now they're all baristas and they just push a button. Ridiculous. Bottom line is I really like the way Canadians say "pasta". The first 'a' has an ah sound like the 'a' in hat. Love it. April 3, 2012
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