Nature in and on your plate with the Farmers Market Pasta Collection

Nowadays we all feel the need of having the nature closer to us and we’re opened to buy all new and exciting items that bring us that feeling. The Farmers Market Pasta Collection makes you tremble of joy when you look at its drownings and beautiful colors used to decorate the interior of the pieces while the back is light green and is the perfect dish to make you feel good.

We will eat our pasta, our risotto, maybe our soup and near the end we will see the perfect artful portraits of carrots, beets, cabbages and artichokes. We will feel like having a picnic. Even our food will taste better! Having such a set we will be encouraged to cook meals that fit better with the design and that will be a plus for our health too. Having trouble with the kids convincing them to eat the soup or the veggies? Now you can turn it in a game with the Pasta Bowls. They will be pleased to eat up!

The collection presents a set of 4 Pasta Bowls that can be used like we said before, for eating from soup to pasta, a Platter for snacks and a Serving Bowl that helps us bring the food to the table. We can complete our collection with the set of 4 salad plates and the Tray for serving the drinks. We recommend lemonade – it goes better with the design!Available from 40 euros.

Published by in Kitchen, on January 12th, 2012


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