Mother’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Gifts For Pasta Lovers

Food & Drink

Some moms love pasta more than anything. And that makes sense. Pasta is never difficult, whiny or mouthy, and offers so much joy from something so humble. And every pasta loving mom deserves to enjoy what she loves most on Mother’s Day: Pasta! Here’s what to gift the pasta loving mom.

Sfoglini Variety Pack

For the mom who has seen enough elbow macaroni for a lifetime, switch it up a little with Sfoglini’s signature shapes. The specialty pack of Quattrotini, Vesuvio and Cascatelli unites shorter pasta shapes with forkability, toothsinkability and sauceability in mind, to help make any recipe more exciting. $35.99, sfoglini.com

Giadzy Gift Box

For the perfect mother’s day pasta gift, look to one of America’s most famous pasta loving moms: Giada de Laurentiis. The celebrity chef’s new online boutique curates recipe kits, gift sets and more Italian imported treats. Go for the choose-your-own pasta adventure box, for a beautifully packaged selection of pasta, sauces and accoutrements. $75, giadzy.com

Our Place New Always Pan

Everyone’s favorite aesthetic and practical multi use piece of cookware has gotten a makeover. The Always Pan 2.0 is perfect for pasta lovers thanks to new features that make it stove-to-oven safe (hello gooey baked pastas), plus a steamer basket/colander for easy draining from this 100% toxin-free piece, available in several colors. $150, fromourplace.com

An A-Z of Pasta: Recipes for Shapes and Sauces, from Alfabeto to Ziti, and Everything in Between: A Cookbook

Pasta boredom will never set in again thanks to this stylish hardcover cookbook detailing ideas and recipes for all types and shapes of pasta! Learn new techniques, tricks and riffs on classics in this new title by Italian food expert Rachel Roddy. $35, bookshop.org

Nona Dora’s Homemade Pasta Dinner Kit

Let another mom do the cooking for Mother’s Day, with a homemade pasta kit by New York City-based Puglian chef Nona Dora! Pasta dinners with the appropriate accoutrements ship directly from her kitchen to anywhere in the country, so mom can feast on orecchiette with rabbit ragu, gnocchi with traditional bolognese sauce, cavatelli in broccoli rabe sauce, and malloreddus (saffron-seasoned gnocchi Sardi) in a sauce of sausage, tomato, and saffron. $105, Goldbelly.com

Casa Marazzo Tomatoes

A bouquet of flowers is beautiful, but these jarred tomatoes are artwork in comparison. Casa Marazzo is a third-generation family business sourcing tomatoes in the shadow of Italy’s Mt. Vesuvius. Here, the volcanic soil is known to give extra sweetness to everything that grows, offering an extra special flavor for these tomatoes that go well with so many types of pasta. $18, madrosefoods.com

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