4.A friendly dino who will lay his neck on the line to serve you the pasta you need. You'll be surprised at how good his teeth are at scooping up noodles of all shapes.
By the way, if you already have a regular pasta server, did you know that you can use it to measure out a perfect single serving?
5.The Tasty One Top, an all-in-one cooktop that'll pair with your phone (and the Tasty app) so you can take each recipe step by step — it even adjusts the temperature and power settings to match each part of the recipe perfectly. Hello, perfect bolognese sauce!
6.A print featuring every single type of pasta so you always know which one goes best with which sauce.
7.An olive oil infuser to help you kick your EVOO up another notch with rosemary, basil, thyme or any other herb, because olive oil is already a great lazy pasta topping, but now it can be even better.
8.A Philips pasta maker that'll transform flour, eggs, and water into a pound of freshly-made pasta in 15 minutes. Just pour in the ingredients and push the button. It's basically a robotic nonna.
9.And a totally collapsible drying rack to pair with your pasta maker so you can finish up your fettuccine without using all your extra counter space.
11.A recipe book chock full of sauces that go way beyond plain old tomato — it's time to expand those horizons, guys.
12.A trio of small-batch, locally-sourced tomato sauces (made by an actual Italian grandma) for anyone who is not great with the whole cooking thing but loves authentic flavor.
13.A box of Barilla Pronto spaghetti to help you make one-pot or one-pan dishes — no waiting for the water to boil and no draining noodles.
14.A ravioli-making mold that will help you fill (without overfilling) your favorite pillows of goodness and make them in huge batches.
15.A specialized fork for anyone who needs to carboload for whatever plans are in store tomorrow, whether that's running a race, running errands, or running out of TV shows to watch on Netflix.
16.A next-level rolling pin that'll transform a flat sheet of dough into perfect fettuccine every time.
17.A clip-on strainer made of sturdy BPA silicone that'll store flat, making it a much more space-efficient alternative to a full size colander. (Plus it's dishwasher-safe, so no hand-washing required!)
18.A handheld spiralizer that'll make adding some veggies to your dinner seriously easy — without taking up a bunch of drawer space with another huge gadget.
19.A ceramic bowl with an airtight lid so you can take your leftovers from fridge to microwave to table without dirtying any extra dishes or wasting any time.
20.A stainless steel, four-slot spaghetti measurer to make feeding a family simpler than ever. It'll tell you exactly how much you need to make for a group of one, two, three, or four.
21.A variety pack of Banza chickpea pasta, if "upping your pasta game" means increasing your protein and fiber intake.
22.A five-piece serving bowl and dish set to make just another Wednesday dinner feel like you're actually dining in Rome. Plus, eating pasta out of a shallow bowl = making sure you get ever bit of sauce (unlike a plain ole plate).
23.Individual boiling baskets for those nights no one can agree on dinner, so you need to make ravioli for one person, angel hair for another, and something else entirely for someone else.
24.Airtight canisters to keep your pasta WAY fresher than the box it comes in. And it'll save space in your pantry, which is always a good thing.
25.Deliciously addictive chips made with semolina flour (just like pasta) and topped with your favorite flavors, including alfredo, marinara, rosemary, and more.
26.And, perhaps most importantly, a pasta-eating shirt you can wear for your favorite mealtimes, whether it's the same shirt that Dev wears in Master of None (left) or an homage to your favorite musician (right).