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Reviewed March 21, 2012
Reviewed March 21, 2012
Reviewed February 19, 2012
What You'll Get
Italy has given us legendary works of art, from the evocative paintings of Caravaggio and da Vinci to the miniature meat sculptures of Boyardee. Admire edible Italian masterpieces with today’s Groupon: for $45, you get an Italian Feast gift basket from Pasta é Pasta in Chesterfield (a $90.50 value). The gift basket includes the following:
- Three 12-ounce bags of dry pasta (a $16.50 value)
- One bag of soup-cuts pasta (a $2.50 value)
- One jar of marinara sauce (a $5.50 value)
- One jar of blush sauce (a $5.50 value)
- One jar of vodka sauce (a $7 value)
- One container of sage-spice blend (a $6 value)
- One jar of garlic (a $2.50 value)
- Three kitchen utensils (a $6 value)
- One recipe card (a $1 value)
- A basket, wrapping, punchcard, and decorations (an $18 value)
- A $20 Pasta é Pasta gift certificate
Carlo De Angelis and his daughter Carla handcraft family recipes for traveling gift baskets stuffed with preservative-free prepared sauces and dried pastas for easy-to-make Italian classics. As dried spaghetti, fettuccine, and pappardelle noodles rehydrate in boiling water, guests can heat homestyle marinara sauce over a baby dragon’s balmy breath. Blush sauce—a marinara sweetened up with fresh cream and parmesan—or vodka sauce’s subtle aleppo pepper kick transport taste buds to Italy and stain bibs as guests twirl forkfuls of traditional pasta dinners. A Pasta é Pasta gift certificate helps guests beef up stovetop resumés with frozen made-to-order cannelloni and meatballs. Recipe cards can teach novice hands to craft gourmet Italian dishes or macaroni-art portraits.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 14, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Not valid until 12/19/11. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Pasta E Pasta
For Carlo De Angelis, making pasta started as a way to unwind after a tough day. But his unusual relaxation technique quickly blossomed into a business venture when friends and family began to rave about his pasta and inundate him with family recipes, including his mother’s sauce and his mother-in-law’s gnocchi. With his daughter, Carla, Carlo turned his hobby into a business, and today the company’s ravioli, lasagna, sauce, and fresh and dry pastas are found at bakeries, markets, and farmer’s markets. The products stock shelves from St. Clair Shores all the way to northern Oakland County and Ann Arbor. At the De Angelis's original Chesterfield location, curious customers can watch as products are made in the open production space.