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I Could Eat A Horse | Spaghetti Measuring Tool

"I could eat a horse” is a fun and original spaghetti measuring tool designed by Stefán Pétur Sólveigarson. The kitchen utensil allows you to quickly and easily determine the amount of spaghetti you need, whether you are cooking a meal for a a child, a woman, a man... or even a horse, well actually even if you feel you could eat a horse this portion is for four people! via

Available in the US from amazon, and in Europe here




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