Pasta – it’s the household staple that pleases kids, adults, vegetarians, carnivores – one of those rare foods that’s pretty much all things to all people.
But despite that, we still haven’t quite worked out how to measure pasta adequately. We’ll over compensate, under compensate, or end up with a bizarre proportion of sauce to pasta. It’s frustrating, especially when you’ve got leftovers without sauce!
But that’s all changing now, thanks to the I Could Eat A Horse Pasta Measure. A quirky green kitchen accessory, this ingenious device helps you measure how much pasta you’ll need - simply slide your chosen long pasta (such as spaghetti or fettucine) into the relevant cut-out. There’s four different levels: kids, adult woman, adult man, and a group of four (or for one person, who’s hungry enough to eat a horse)!
I Could Eat A Horse Pasta Measure features:
Handy pasta measurement tool.
Measurements come in four levels: child (65 grams), adult woman (100 grams), adult man (130 grams), and group of four (400 grams).
Presented in a Doiy gift box.
Dimensions: Approximately 17 x 7cm.